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Diplazium megaphyllum (Bak.) Christ, a Rare Fern in Taiwan, Reproduces by Apogamy  Wen-Liang Chiou,1,3) Yao-Moan Huang,1) Tsung-Hsin Hsieh,2) Sheng-Yuan Hsu1  2006  Taiwan J For Sci  21(1):39-47  Bhuvnesh sareen   
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
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14  The NAC Transcription Factors NST1 and NST2 of Arabidopsis Regulate Secondary Wall Thickenings and Are Required for Anther Dehiscence  Nobutaka Mitsuda, Motoaki Seki, Kazuo Shinozaki, and Masaru Ohme-Takagi  2005  The Plant Cell  2993–3006  Amrina shafi   
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25  Studies on two apogamous ferns of Kashmir, J&K, India  Bharti Razdan  2012  Journal of Biosphere  1: 1-3,  Bhuvnesh sareen   
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29  Biodiversity in India  R.R.Rao  1994  Floristic aspects  22-69  anirudh verma   
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71  Biogeographical region of Himalaya  M.S.Mani  1995  Biogeigraphy in India  52-65  Anirudh verma   
72  Highly Efficient Suzuki–Miyaura Coupling of Heterocyclic Substrates through Rational Reaction Design  Christoph A. Fleckenstein and Herbert Plenio  2008  Chem. Eur. J.  14, 4267 –4279  Rajesh Kumar   
73  Ligand-free Suzuki–Miyaura reactions in PEG 300  Aires da Conceição Silva, Jaqueline Dias Senra, Lucia C. S. Aguiar, Alessandro B. C. Simas, Andréa Luzia F. de Souza, Luiz Fernando Brum Malta, O. A. C. Antunes  2010  Tetrahedron Letters   51, 3883–3885  Rajesh Kumar   
74  An efficient and simple protocol for a PdCl2-ligandless and additive-freeSuzuki coupling reaction of aryl bromides   Jun Qiu, Limin Wang, Mingtao Liu, Qiang Shen, Jun Tang  2011  Tetrahedron Letters   52, 6489–6491  Rajesh Kumar   
75  Highly Efficient Palladium-Catalyzed Boronic Acid Coupling Reactions in Water: Scope and Limitations  D. Badone,* M. Baroni, R. Cardamone, A. Ielmini, and U. Guzzi  1997  J. Org. Chem.  62,7170-7173  Rajesh Kumar   
76  An antibiotic, heavy metal resistant and halotolerant Bacillus cereus SIU1 and its thermoalkaline protease  Sanjay K Singh, Vinayak R Tripathi, Rakesh K Jain, Surendra Vikram, Satyendra K Garg  2010  Microbial Cell Factories  9:59  Richa Salwan   
77  Diversity and cold-active hydrolytic enzymes of culturable bacteria associated with Arctic sea ice, Spitzbergen  Tatiana Groudieva Æ Margarita Kambourova Hoda Yusef Æ Maryna Royter Æ Ralf Grote Hauke Trinks Æ Garabed Antranikian  2004  Extremophiles  8:475–488  Richa Salwan   
78  Production of alkaline proteases by Botrytis cinerea using economic raw materials: Assay as biodetergent  Ferid Abidi a, Ferid Limam b, Marzouki M. Nejib  2008  Process Biochemistry   43:1202-1208  Richa Salwan   
79  A New Genus of Bamboos from the Cerrados of Brazil   Gerald F. Guala  2003  The Journal of the American Bamboo Society   17(1),1-3  Vikas   
80  Are monophyly and synapomorphy the same or different? Revisiting the role of morphology in phylogenetics  Leandro C.S. Assis a, * and Olivier Rieppel   2011  Cladistics   27, 94–102  Vikas   
81  Population Graphs: the graph theoretic shape of genetic structure  RODNEY J. DYER and JOHN D. NASON  2004  Molecular Ecology   13, 1713–1727  Vikas   
82  Effect of inbreeding depression on outcrossing rates among populations of a tropical pine  R. F. del Castillo and S. Trujillo  2008  New Phytologist  177: 517–524  Vikas   
83  What has QTL mapping taught us about plant domestication?  Andrew H. Paterson   2002  New Phytologist  154: 591– 608  Vikas   
84  BAMBOO The Amazing Grass A Guide to THE DIVERSITY AND STUDY OF BAMBOOS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA  KM Wong  2004  nternational Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI) and University of Malaya 2004  1-79  Vikas   
85  Carbon Sequestration in Bamboo Plantation Soil with Heavy Winter Organic Mulching Management  Shunyao Zhuang 1,2 &Xiao Sun 1 &Guoqun Liu 1 & Minghung Wong3 &Zhihong Cao  2011  Botanical Reviews   DOI 10.1007/s12229-011-9081-0  Vikas   
86  Genetsofdwarfbamboodonotdieafteronefloweringevent: evidencefrom geneticstructureandfloweringpattern  YukoMiyazakiÆ NaokiOhnishiÆ HinoTakafumi Æ TsutomHiura  2009  Journal of Plant Research  122:523–528  Vikas   
87  Transcription Factors in Plant defense and stress responses  Karam B Singh Rhonda C Foley Luis Oñate-Sánchez   2002  Current Opinion in Plant Biology  Volume 5, Issue 5 Page 430–436  Meetal Sharma   
88  NAD(H)-dependent glutamate dehydrogenase is essential for the survival of Arabidopsis thaliana during dark-induced carbon starvation  Yo Miyashita and Allen G. Good  2008  Journal of Experimental Botany  59, No. 3, 667–680  Shruti Kirti   
89  Plant Small RNAs: Biogenesis, Mode of Action and Their Roles in Abiotic Stresses  Praveen Guleria, Monika Mahajan, Jyoti Bhardwaj, and Sudesh Kumar Yadav  2011  Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics  9(9): 183-199  Meetal Sharma   
90  Enoneand ChalconeChloroquinoline Hybrid Analogues: In Silico Guided Design, Synthesis, Antiplasmodial Activity, in Vitro Metabolism, and Mechanistic Studies  Eric M. Guantai,Kanyile Ncokazi, Timothy J. Egan, Jiri Gut, Philip J. Rosenthal, Ravi Bhampidipati  2011  J. Med. Chem.  54, 3637–3649  Rajesh Kumar   
91  1,7-Palladium Migration via CH Activation, Followed by Intramolecular Amination: Regioselective Synthesis of Benzotriazoles  Jun Zhou, Jianjun He, Binjie Wang, Weijun Yang, and Hongjun Ren  2011  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  133, 6868–6870  Rajesh Kumar   
92  Highly Efficient and Versatile Pd-Catalyzed Direct Alkynylation of Both Azoles and Azolines  Seok Hwan Kim and Sukbok Chang  2010  Org. Lett.,  Vol. 12, No. 8,  Rajesh Kumar   
93  Pd-Catalyzed C-H Activation/C-N Bond Formation: A New Route to 1-Aryl-1H-benzotriazoles  Rapolu Kiran Kumar, Md Ashif Ali, and Tharmalingam Punniyamurthy  2011  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 13, No. 8,   Rajesh Kumar    
94  Land-Cover Phenologies and Their Relation to Climatic Variables in an Anthropogenically Impacted Mediterranean Coastal Area  Ignacio Melendez-Pastor 1,*, Jose Navarro-Pedreño 1, Magaly Koch 2, Ignacio Gómez 1 and Encarni I. Hernández 3   2010  remote sensing   2010, 2, 697-716  Sunil Kumar   
95  Sporophyte induction studies in ferns in vitro  M. Somer Æ R. Arbesu´ Æ V. Mene´ndez Æ M. A. Revilla Æ Helena Ferna´ndez  2010  Euphytica  171:203–210  Bhuvnesh sareen   
96  Palladium-Catalyzed Ortho-Arylation of Benzamides via Direct sp2 C−H Bond Activation  Dan-Dan Li,Ting-Ting Yuan, Guan-Wu Wang  2012  J. Org. Chem.   77, 3341−3347  Rajesh Kumar   
97  Pd(II)-catalyzed intramolecular C–H activation/C–C cross coupling for the synthesis of carbazoles from diaryl acetamides  Sichang Wang, Hui Mao, Zhangqin Ni, Yuanjiang Pan  2012  Tetrahedron Letters   53 505–508  Rajesh Kumar   
98  A comparative study on antioxidant activities of different varieties of Solanum melongena  P. Nisha, P. Abdul Nazar, P. Jayamurthy  2009  Food and Chemical Toxicology  47;2640–2644  Bhuvnesh sareen   
99  Phloridzin and other phytochemicals in apple pomace: Stability evaluation upon dehydration and storage of dried product  V. Lavelli ⇑, S. Corti  2011  Food Chemistry   129 ,1578–1583  shalika   
100  CONSERVATION OF PTERIDOPHYTES IN THE WESTERN GHATS OF NILGIRIS  *Santhosh Kumar R.1, Ramachandran V.S.1 and V. Ramsundar2  2012  International Journal of Geology, Earth and Environmental Sciences  Vol. 2 (2) May-August, pp.311-314  Bhuvnesh sareen   
101  Evaluation of nested PCR–DGGE (denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis) with group-specific 16S rRNA primers for the analysis of bacterial communities from different wastewater treatment plants   NIco Boon, Wim De Windt, Willy Verstraete*, Eva M. Top†  2002  FEMS Microbiology Ecology  Volume 39, Issue 2, pages 101–112,   himankshi   
102  Biosystematics of Adiantum lunulatum Burm. Complex in India with Special Reference to W. Himalayan Taxa  P. N. Mehra and S. P. Khulla  1977  Cytologia  42: 501-511,  Bhuvnesh sareen   
103  The use of surfactants to enhance acaricide control of Phytonemus pallidus(Acari: Tarsonemidae) in strawberry  Michelle T. Fountain*, Adrian L. Harris, Jerry V. Cross  2010  Crop Protection  29 1286-1292  urvashi   
104  Regulation of the heat shock transcriptional response: cross talk between a family of heat shock factors, molecular chaperones, and negative regulators  Richard I. Morimoto1  1998  Genes Dev.  12  Meetal Sharma   
105  Amelioration of heavy metal and nutrient stress in fruit vegetables by grafting  Dimitrios Savvasa, Giuseppe Collab, Youssef Rouphaelc, Dietmar Schwarz  2010  Scientia Horticulturae  127 : 156–161  Mohina Mehta   
106  Optimization of Shikonin Homogenate Extraction from Arnebia euchroma Using Response Surface Methodo  Tingting Liu  2013  Molecules  18  nidhisharma   
107  Optimization of Shikonin Homogenate Extraction from Arnebia euchroma Using Response Surface Methodo  Tingting Liu  2013  Molecules  18  nidhisharma   
108  Agrobacterium and PEG-mediated transformation of the phytopathogen Venturia inaequalis.   Fitzgerald AM, Mudge AM, Gleave AP and Plummer KM   2003  Mycol Res   107: 803-810  Karnika Thakur   
109  Apoptosis induced by β,β‑dimethylacrylshikonin is associated with Bcl‑2 and NF‑κB in human breast carcinoma MCF‑7 cells  Yao Xiong, Xiu‑Ying Ma, Ziran Zhang, Zhen‑Jun Shao, Yuan‑Yuan Zhang, Li‑Ming Zhou  2013  Oncology Letters  1-5  nidhisharma   
110  Plant stress adaptations — making metabolism move http://www.getaheadofthegames.com/best-rpg-games/feudalism-3-online-game.html  Hans J Bohnert* and Elena Sheveleva  1998  Plant Biology  1:267–274  eshita Sharma   
111  RuH2(CO)(PPh3) 3Catalyzed Selective Formation of 1,4-Disubstituted Triazoles from Cycloaddition of Alkynes and Organic Azides  Pei Nian Liu,*Hai Xiao Siyang, Li Zhang, Sunny Kai San Tse, and Guochen Jia  2012  J. Org. Chem.  77, 5844−5849  Rajesh Kumar   
112  Synthesis of indoles via palladium-catalyzed C–H activation of N-aryl amides followed by coupling with alkynes  Feng Zhou, Xiuling Han, Xiyan Lu  2011  Tetrahedron Letters   52 4681–4685  Rajesh Kumar    
113  Transition-State Metal Aryl Bond Stability Determines Regioselectivity in Palladium Acetate Mediated CH Bond Activation of Heteroarenes  Alban Petit, Josh Flygare, Alex T. Miller, Gerrit Winkel, and Daniel H. Ess  2012  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 14, No. 14  Rajesh Kumar    
114  High-resolution temporal profiling of transcripts during Arabidopsis leaf senescence reveals a distinct chronology of processes and regulation  Breeze E, Harrison E, McHattie S, Hughes L, Hickman R, Hill C, Kiddle S, Kim YS, Penfold CA, Jenkins D, Zhang C, Morris K,Jenner C, Jackson S, Thomas B, Tabrett A, Legaie R, Moore JD, Wild DL, Ott S, Rand D, Beynon J, Denby K, Mead A, Buchanan-Wollaston V  2011  plant cell   Vol. 23: 873–894  jai Parkash   
115  Ethylene response pathway is essential for ARABIDOPSIS A-FIFTEEN function infloral induction and leaf senescence  Chen GH, Chan YL, Liu CP, Wang LC   2012  Plant Signaling & Behavior   7:4, 457 – 460  jai Parkash   
116  AtNAP, a NAC family transcription factor, has an important role in leaf senescence  Yongfeng Guo and Susheng Gan  2006  The Plant  46 , 601–612   jai Parkash   
117  Genome-wide analysis of the grapevine stilbene synthase multigenic family: genomic organization and expression profiles upon biotic and abiotic stresses  Alessandro Vannozzi1,2*, Ian B Dry3, Marianna Fasoli4, Sara Zenoni4 and Margherita Lucchin1,  2012  BMC Plant Biology  12:130   sumitdadhwal   
118  A Stilbene Synthase Gene (SbSTS1) Is Involved in Host and Nonhost Defense Responses in Sorghum  Christine K.Y. Yu, Karin Springob, Ju¨rgen Schmidt, Ralph L. Nicholson, Ivan K. Chu, Wing Kin Yip, and Clive Lo  2005  Plant Physiology  Vol. 138, pp. 393–401  sumitdadhwal   
119  Combretastatin-chalcone hybrids: synthesis and cytotoxicity  Nam NH, Byung-Zun A  2007  Med Chem.   3(4):373-7.  sumitdadhwal   
120  Stilbene, Ellagic Acid, Flavonol, and Phenolic Content of Muscadine Grape (Vitis rotundifolia Michx.) Cultivars   Donna A. Marshall*,1, Stephen J. Stringer1 and James D. Spiers  2012  Pharmaceutical Crops,  3, 69-77   sumitdadhwal   
121  Diastereospecific Photochemical Dimerization of a Stilbene-Containing Daisy Chain Monomer in Solution as well as in the Solid State  Dafni G. Amirsakis, Arkadij M. Elizarov, Miguel A. Garcia-Garibay,* Peter T. Glink, J. Fraser Stoddart,* Andrew J. P. White, and David J. Williams  2003  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   42, No. 10  sumitdadhwal   
122  Antioxidant and Antibacterial Properties of Methanolic Extract of Green Seaweed Chaetomorpha linum From Gulf of Mannar: Southeast Coast of India  Palanisamy Senthilkumar 1, Sellappa Sudha  2012  Jundishapur J Microbiol  5(2):411-415  sumitdadhwal   
123  etermination of total phenolic content and antioxidant activity of garlic (Allium sativum) and elephant garlic (Allium ampeloprasum) by attenuated total reflectance-Fourier transformed infrared spectroscopy.  Lu X, Ross CF, Powers JR, Aston DE, Rasco BA.  2011  J Agric Food Chem  59(10):5215-21.  sumitdadhwal   
124  A NTIMICROBIAL A GENTS AND C HEMOTHERAPY , Sept. 2003, p. 2810–2816 Vol. 47, No. 9 0066-4804/03/$08.00 0 DOI: 10.1128/AAC.47.9.2810–2816.2003 Copyright © 2003, American Society for Microbiology. All Rights Reserved. Shikonin, a Component of Chinese Herbal Medicine, Inhibits Chemokine Receptor Function and Suppresses Human Immunodeficiency virus type 1  O. M. Zack Howard  2003  A NTIMICROBIAL A GENTS AND C HEMOTHERAPY ,  2810-2816  nidhisharma   
125  The Phytochemical Shikonin Stimulates Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) in Skin Wound Healing  Ning-Sun Yang  2013  Hindawi Publishing Corporation Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine  13 pages  nidhisharma   
126  DETECTION OF POME FRUIT VIROIDS BY RT-PCR USING A SINGLE PRIMER PAIR  F. Faggioli1 and E. Ragozzino1, 2  2002  Journal of Plant Pathology   84 (2), 125-128  Yashika Walia   
127  Evaluating remote sensing of deciduous forest phenology at multiple spatial scales using PhenoCam imagery   S. T. Klosterman1, K. Hufkens1,2, J. M. Gray3, E. Melaas3, O. Sonnentag1,4, I. Lavine5, L. Mitchell6, R. Norman7, M. A. Friedl3, and A. D. Richardson  2014  Biogeosciences  11, 2305-2342  Sunil Kumar   
128  An overview on biodiversity information in databases  Piramanayagam Shanmughavel  2007  Biomedical Informatics Publishing Group  Bioinformation 1(9): 367-369 (2007)  Astha Gupta   
129  Reproductive strategy and the compositional dynamics of crustose lichen communities on aspen (Populus tremula L.) in Scotland  Christopher J. ELLIS and Brian J. COPPINS  2007  The Lichenologist  39(4): 377–391  Alpy   
130  Tapping diversity lost in transformations--in vitro amplification of ligation reactions  Christ D, Famm K and winter G  2006  Nucleic Acid Research  34; 108  Rahul Mohan Singh   
131  Root Growth Inhibition and Lignification Induced by Salt Stress in Soybean  G. Y. S. Neves, R. Marchiosi, M. L. L. Ferrarese, R. C. Siqueira-Soares & O. Ferrarese-Filho  2010  J. Agronomy & Crop Science  467–473  Amrina shafi   
132  Sensitivity of vegetation phenology detection to the temporal resolution of satellite data   Xiaoyang Zhang , Mark A. Friedl & Crystal B. Schaaf   2009  International Journal of Remote Sensing  Vol. 30, No. 8, 2061–2074  Sunil Kumar   
133  Phenology of 16 species of ferns in a subtropical forest of northeastern Taiwan.  Lee, Pei-Hsuan; Lin, Tzer-Tung; Chiou, Wen-Liang  2009  Journal of Plant Research  122 :61-67  alpy   
134  TCM Database@Taiwan: The World’s Largest Traditional Chinese Medicine Database for Drug Screening In Silico  Calvin Yu-Chian Chen 1,2,3  2011  PLOS One  Volume 6  Astha gupta   
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136  Endosperm culture: a novel method for triploid plant production  Thuruthiyil Dennis Thomas Æ Rakhi Chaturvedi  2008  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   93:1–14  Mohina Mehta   
137  Spatio-temporal Seed Development Analysis Provide Insight into Primary Dormancy Induction and Evolution of the Lepidium DELAY OF GERMINATION Genes  Kai Graeber1,2, Antje Voegele1,2, Annette Büttner-Mainik1, Katja Sperber3, Klaus 6 Mummenhoff3, Gerhard Leubner-Metzger1,2  2013  Plant Physiology  161(4):1903-17  Vivek Dogra   
138  Gametophytic and Sporophytic Regeneration from Bud Scales of the Fern Platycerium bifurcatum (Cav.) C.Chr. In Vitro  J. AMBROZ3 IC3 DOLINS3EK* and M. CAMLOH  1997  Annals of Botany  80: 23±28  Bhuvnesh sareen   
139  STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF SPORES IN THE AQUATIC HETEROSPOROUS FERN FAMILY MARSILEACEAE  Harald Schneider1 and Kathleen M. Pryer2  2002  Int. J. Plant Sci  163(4):485–505  Bhuvnesh sareen   
140  Determination of flavonoid content and antioxidant activity from ferns by ultrasonic extraction  Jutarat Tawekijpokai1*, Jindarat Pimsamarn1  2011  TIChE International Conference  10 – 11  Bhuvnesh sareen   
141  Phytoplasma phylogenetics based on analysis of secA and 23S rRNA gene sequences for improved resolution of candidate species of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma’  Jennifer Hodgetts,Neil Boonham, Rick Mumford, Nigel Harrison and Matthew Dickinson  2008  International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology  58, 1826–1837  MADHVI   
142  A Diverse Family of Proteins Containing Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor-associated Factor Domains  Juan M Zapata, Krzysztof Pawlowski, Elvira Haasi, Carl F. Ware, Adam Godzik and John C Reed  2001  THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY  276, 24242–24252  Sunil Kumar Singh   
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144  AP-1 in cell proliferation and survival  Eitan Shaulian1 and Michael Karin  2001  Oncogene  20, 2390-2400  Sunil Kumar Singh   
145  Reproductive Biology of Three Cheilanthoid Ferns in Taiwan  Yao-Moan Huang, Sheng-Yuan Hsu, Mei-Hsueh Huang & Wen-Liang Chiou  2009  The International Journal of Plant Reproductive Biology  1(2) pp. 109-116  Bhuvnesh sareen   
146  In-vitro Mass Multiplication of a Threatened Tree Fern, Cyathea spinulosa Wall. ex Hook  Shastri P. Shukla1* and P.B. Khare2  2012  International Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology  Volume 3, Number 1 (2012),  Bhuvnesh sareen   
147  Growth and development of fern gametophytes in an airlift fermenter  E. Sheffield • G. E. Douglas • D. J. Cove  1997  Plant Cell Reports  16:561-564  Bhuvnesh sareen   
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149  Factors affecting the transformation of ‘Marshall McIntosh’ apple by Agrobacterium tumefaciens  Jyothi Prakash Bolar, Susan K. Brown, John L. Norelli & Herb S. Aldwinckle  1999  Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture  55: 31–38  Mohina Mehta   
150  Gene expression analysis of plant host–pathogen interactions by SuperSAGE  Hideo Matsumura*, Stefanie Reich†, Akiko Ito*, Hiromasa Saitoh*, Sophien Kamoun‡, Peter Winter§, Gu¨ nter Kahl§, Monika Reuter†, Detlev H. Kru¨ ger†, and Ryohei Terauchi*¶  2003  PNAS  100, 15718–15723  Meetal Sharma   
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154  AWP1 binds to tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated factor 2 (TRAF2)and is involved in TRAF2-mediated nuclear factor-kappaB signaling  Eun-Ju Chang, Jeongim Ha, Soon-Suk Kang, Zang Hee Lee, Hong-Hee Kim  2011  The International Journal of Biochemistry and Cell Biology  43, 1612– 1620  Sunil Kumar Singh   
155  Spore germination and gametophyte development of Cyathea atrovirens (Langsd. & Fisch.) Domin (Cyatheaceae) under different pH conditions  Rechenmacher, C.a, Schmitt, JL.b and Droste, A.  2010  Braz. J. Biol  70,p. 1155-1160  Bhuvnesh sareen   
156  Interaction between sucrose and pH during in vitro culture of Nephrolepis biserrata (Sw.) Schott (Pteridophyta)  Sandra Tereza Ambrósio1 and Natoniel Franklin de Melo1,2  2004  Acta bot. bras  18(4):809-813.  Bhuvnesh sareen   
157  Observations of the spore, gametophyte and young sporophyte of Pteridium caudatum (L.) Maxon using scanning electron microscopy  María del Rosario Ramírez-Trejoa, Blanca Pérez-Garcíaa,∗, Aniceto Mendoza-Ruiza, Ricardo Valdez-Avilaa, Silvia Espinosa-Matíasb  2013  Micron  45;37–44  Bhuvnesh sareen   
158  An arginine decarboxylase gene PtADC from Poncirus trifoliata confers abiotic stress tolerance and promotes primary root growth in Arabidopsis  Jing Wang, Pei-Pei Sun, Chun-Li Chen, Yin Wang, Xing-Zheng Fu and Ji-Hong Liu  2011  Journal of Experimental Botany  62(8): 2899-2914  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
159  Cell wall components and pectin esterification levels as markers of proliferation and differentiation events during pollen development and pollen embryogenesis in Capsicum annuum L.  Bárány I, Fadón B, Risueño MC, Testillano PS  2010  Journal of Experimental Botany  61(4):1159-75  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
160  The Effects of Sugars and Ethylene on Apospory and Regeneration in Ceratopteris richardii  Linh T. Bui, Amelia Hurst, Erin E. Irish, Chi-Lien Cheng  2012  American Journal of Plant Sciences  3, 953-961  Bhuvnesh sareen   
161  Reproductive and Competitive Interactions Among Gametophytes of the Allotetraploid Fern Dryopteris corleyi and its Two Diploid Parents  ARES JIME´ NEZ1,*, LUIS G. QUINTANILLA1 , SANTIAGO PAJARO ´ N2 and EMILIA PANGUA2  2008  Annals of Botany  102: 353–359  Bhuvnesh sareen   
162  Studies on antimicrobial activities of some selected ferns and lycophytes in Eastern India with special emphasis on ethno-medicinal uses  Asim Mandal and Amal Kumar Mondal  2011  African Journal of Plant Science  Vol. 5(7), pp. 412-420  Bhuvnesh sareen   
163  In vitro culture of Pteris vittata, an arsenic hyperaccumulating fern, for screening and propagating strains useful for phytoremediation  Trotta* Antonio, Monia Mantovani, Anna Fusconi, Cristina Gallo  2007  CARYOLOGIA  Vol. 60, no. 1-2: 160-164  Bhuvnesh sareen   
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167  Expression of the Aeluropus littoralis AlSAP gene in rice confers broad tolerance to abiotic stresses through maintenance of photosynthesis  RANIA BEN SAAD, DENIS FABRE, DELPHINE MIEULET, DONALDO MEYNARD, MICHAEL DINGKUHN, ABDULLAH AL-DOSS, EMMANUEL GUIDERDONI & AFIF HASSAIRI  2012  Plant, Cell and Environment  35: 626–643  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
168  Evaluation of Antioxidant Activities of the Methanolic Extracts of Selected Ferns in Malaysia  HowYee Lai and YauYan Lim  2011  International Journal of Environmental Science and Development  Vol. 2, No. 6,  Bhuvnesh sareen   
169  Green tea from purple leaf coloured tea clones in Kenya- their quality characteristics  E.C. Kilela, A.K. Faraja, J.K. Wanyokob, , , F.N. Wachirab, V. Mwingirwac  2013  Food Chemistry  51,1016  Eshita Sharma   
170  Evaluation of antioxidant potential & quantification of polyphenols of Diplazium esculentum Retz. with emphasis on its HPTLC chromatography  Biswadeep Das a,*, Tania Paul a, Kishori Ganpat Apte a, Rajendra Chauhan b, Ramesh Chandra Saxena  2013  j o u r n a l of pharmacy r e s e arch  9 3-1 0 0  Bhuvnesh sareen   
171  The C-terminal half of Phytophthora infestans RXLR effector AvR3a is sufficient to trigger R3a-mediated hypersensitivity and suppress INF1-induced cell death in Nicotiana benthamiana.   Bos JIB, Kanneganti TD, Young C, Cakir C, Huitema E, et al.   2006  Plant J  48: 165-176  Karnika Thakur   
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174  Detection of tumorigenic Agrobacterium strains from infected apple saplings by colony PCR with improved PCR primers  Kouichi Suzaki , Kouji Yoshida , Hiroyuki Sawada  2004  J Gen Plant Pathol   70:342–347  Mohina Mehta   
175  Effect of fall application of fungal antagonists on spring ascospore production of the apple scab pathogen, Venturia inaequalis.   Carisse O, Philion V, Rolland D and Bernier J   2000  Phytopathol  90: 31-37  Karnika Thakur   
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178  Floral dip: a simplified method for Agrobacterium mediated transformation of Arabidopsis thaliana  Steven J. Clough and Andrew F. Bent  1998  The Plant Journal   16(6), 735–743  Priyanka Bhadwal   
179  Leaf proteome alterations in the context of physiological and morphological responses to drought and heat stress in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)  J. A. Rollins1, E. Habte1, S. E. Templer2, T. Colby1, J. Schmidt1 and M. von Korff1,*  2013  Journal of Experimental Botany  64, 11, 201–3212  Meetal Sharma   
180  Possible effects of dietary polyphenols on sugar absorption and digestion  Gary Williamson  2013  Mol. Nutr. Food Res.   57, 48–57  eshita Sharma   
181  A database of 389 medicinal plants for diabetes  Padavala Ajay Babu(1), Gadde Suneetha(1), Radha Boddepalli(1), Vedurupaka Vasantha Lakshmi(1), Talluru Sudha Rani(1), Yellapu RamBabu(2) and Kolli Srinivas(3)  2006  Bioinformation  1(4): 130-131  Astha Gupta   
182  Antifungal Proteins  CLAUDE P. SELITRENNIKOFF  2001  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY  Vol. 67,2883–2894  Vandna Sapehia   
183  Shikonin Suppresses the Migratory Ability of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cells  Po-Li Wei, Chao-Chiang Tu , Ching-Hsein Chen , Yuan-Soon, Ho , Chun-Te Wu , Hou-Yu Su , Wei-Yu Chen , Jun-Jen Liu , and Yu-Jia Chang   2013  J. Agric. Food Chem.  61(34)  nidhisharma   
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186  Shikonin, an ingredient of Lithospermum erythrorhizon, inhibits angiogenesis in vivo and in vitro.  Hisa T, Kimura Y, Takada K, Suzuki F, Takigawa M.  1998  Anticancer Res.   783-90  nidhisharma   
187  Evaluation of Protein Extraction Methods for Proteomic Analysis of Non-Model Recalcitrant Plant Tissues  Dubravko Pavoković,Bojana Križnik  2012  CROATICA CHEMICA ACTA  85, 177–183.  Vandna sapehia   
188  Shikonin Suppresses Human T Lymphocyte Activation through Inhibition of IKKβ Activity and JNK Phosphorylation  Ting Li, Fenggen Yan, Rui Wang, Hua Zhou, and Liang Liu  2013  Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine  2013  nidhisharma   
189  A database for coconut crop improvement  Velamoor Rajagopal*, Ramaswamy Manimekalai, Krishnamurthy Devakumar, Rajesh, Anitha Karun, Vittal Niral, Murali Gopal, Shamina Aziz, Marimuthu Gunasekaran, Mundappurathe Ramesh Kumar and Arumugam Chandrasekar  2005  Bioinformation  1(2): 75-77  Astha Gupta   
190  Determination of Shikonin in Arnebia euchroma (Royle) Johnst by Capillary Electrophoresis  Zhou Xie  2006  Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry  34(7)  nidhisharma   
191  Shikonin modulates cell proliferation by inhibiting epidermal growth factor receptor signaling in human epidermoid carcinoma cells  Fiza singh  2003  Cancer letters  200  nidhisharma   
192  Mutations in the Arabidopsis Nuclear-Encoded Mitochondrial Phage-Type RNA Polymerase Gene RPOTm Led to Defects in Pollen Tube Growth,Female Gametogenesis and Embryogenesis   Xiao-Yun Tan1 , Xiao-Lei Liu 1, Wei Wang 1, Dong-Jie Jia1 , Li-Qun Chen1 , Xue-Qin Zhang1 and De Ye1 , 2   2010  Plant Cell Physiology  51(4): 635–649   Pritu Pratibha   
193  Database management system for the control of malaria in Arunachal Pradesh, India  Upadhyayula Suryanaryana Murty(1), Mutheneni Srinivasa Rao(1), Neelima Arora(1) and Amirapu Radha Krishna(2)  2006  Bioinformation  1(6): 194-196  Astha Gupta   
194  THE BIG CHALLENGES OF BIG DATA  Vivien Marx  2013  Nature  vol 498 page 255  Astha Gupta   
195  Shikonin inhibits maturation of bone marrow-derived dendritic cells and suppresses allergic airway inflammation in a murine model of asthma  Yu-Wen Cheng  2010  British Journal of Pharmacology  1476  nidhisharma   
196  Structure determination of oligomeric alkannin and shikonin derivatives  Apostolos Spyros  2005  BIOMEDICAL CHROMATOGRAPHY  19  nidhisharma   
197  RAS1, a quantitative trait locus for salt tolerance and ABA sensitivity in Arabidopsis  Zhonghai Rena, Zhimin Zhenga, Viswanathan Chinnusamya, Jianhua Zhua,d, Xinping Cuie, Kei Iidaa, and Jian-Kang Zhu  2010  PNAS  107(12): 5669–5674  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
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204  New insight into the history of domesticated apple: secondary contribution of the European wild apple to the genome of cultivated varieties.   Cornille A, Gladieux P, Smulders MJM, Rolda´n-Ruiz I, Laurens F, et al.   2012  PLoS Genet  8(5): e1002703. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1002703.  Karnika Thakur   
205  Functional analyses of a flavonol synthase–like gene from Camellia nitidissima reveal its roles in flavonoid metabolism during floral pigmentation  XING-WEN ZHOU, ZHENG-QI FAN , YUE CHEN, YU-LIN ZHU, JI-YUAN LI and HENG-FU YIN  2013  Journal of Biosciences  38: 593–604  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
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207  TRAF Family Proteins Link PKR with NF-B Activation  Jesus Gil, Maria Angel Garcia, Paulino Gomez-Puertas, Susana Guerra, Joaquin Rullas, Hiroyasu Nakano, Jose Alcami, and Mariano Esteban  2004  molecular and cellular biology  24, 4502–4512  Sunil Kumar Singh   
208  The promoter of the Arabidopsis thaliana BAN gene is active in proanthocyanidin-accumulating cells of the Brassica napus seed coat  Nathalie Nesi, Marie-Odile Lucas, Bathilde Auger, Ce´cile Baron, Alain Le´cureuil, Philippe Guerche, Jocelyne Kronenberger, Loı¨c Lepiniec, Isabelle Debeaujon, Michel Renard  2009  Plant Cell Rep  28:601–617  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
209  ZmMKK4, a novel group C mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase in maize (Zea mays), confers salt and cold tolerance in transgenic Arabidopsis  XIANGPEI KONG, JIAOWEN PAN, MAOYING ZHANG, XIN XING, YAN ZHOU, YANG LIU, DAPENG LI & DEQUAN LI  2011  Plant, Cell and Environment  34: 1291–1303  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
210  The Arabidopsis tt19-4 mutant differentially accumulates proanthocyanidin and anthocyanin through a 3 amino acid substitution in glutathione S-transferase  XIANG LI, PENG GAO, DEJUN CUI, LIMIN WU, ISOBEL PARKIN, REZA SABERIANFAR, RIMA MENASSA, HONGYU PAN, NEIL WESTCOTT & MARGARET Y. GRUBER  2011  Plant, Cell and Environment  34: 374–388  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
211  RNA interference in crop plants  Makoto Kusaba  2004  Current Opinion in Biotechnology  15:139–143  vandana kaushal   
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213  Isolation and characterization of a pigeonpea cyclophilin(CcCYP) gene, and its over-expression in Arabidopsis confers multiple abiotic stress tolerance.  KAMBAKAM SEKHAR, BHYRI PRIYANKA, VUDEM DASHAVANTHA REDDY & KHAREEDU VENKATESWARA RAO  2010  Plant, Cell and Environment  33: 1324–1338  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
214  EXPLORING PLANT GENOMES BY RNA-INDUCED GENE SILENCING  Peter M. Waterhouse and Christopher A. Helliwell  2003  GENETICS  4,29-38  vandana kaushal   
215  Modeling of Supercritical Fluid Extraction from Hippophae rhamnoides L. seeds   Jianzhong Yin , Xianwen Sun , Xinwei Ding & Hanhua Liang   2003  Separation Science and Technology  38  nidhisharma   
216  Amide Synthesis from Alcohols and Amines by the Extrusion of Dihydrogen  Lars Ulrik Nordstrøm, Henning Vogt, and Robert Madsen  2008  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.   130, 17672–17673  Vishal Kumar   
217  Shikonins, Phytocompounds from Lithospermum erythrorhizon, Inhibit the Transcriptional Activation of Human Tumor Necrosis Factor α Promoter in Vivo  Vanisree Staniforth  2004  The journal of bioplogical chemistry  279  nidhisharma   
218  Shikonins, Phytocompounds from Lithospermum erythrorhizon, Inhibit the Transcriptional Activation of Human Tumor Necrosis Factor α Promoter in Vivo  Vanisree Staniforth  2004  The journal of bioplogical chemistry  279  nidhisharma   
219  Inhibition of Pectin Methyl Esterase Activity By Green Tea Catechins  Lewis, Kristin C., Tzvia Selzer, Chen Shahar, Yael Udi, Dmitry Tworowski, Irit Sagi.  2008  Phytochemistry  69: 2586– 2592  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
220  The Arabidopsis Transcription Factor AtTCP15 Regulates Endoreduplication by Modulating Expression of Key Cell-cycle Genes  Zi-Yu Li, Bin Li and Ai-Wu Dong  2012  Molecular Plant  5(1): 270-280  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
221  Ruthenium-Catalyzed Oxidation of Alcohols into Amides  Andrew J. A. Watson, Aoife C. Maxwell, and Jonathan M. J. Williams  2009  ORGANIC LETTERS   11, 2667-2670  Vishal Kumar   
222  Changes in Antioxidant Effects and Their Relationship to Phytonutrients in Fruits of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) during Maturation  Xiangqun Gao  2000  J. Agric. Food Chem  48(5)  nidhisharma   
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224  Enhanced Profiling of Flavonol Glycosides in the Fruits of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides)  J. Simmonds  2013  J. Agric. Food Chem.,  61(16)  nidhisharma   
225  Amide Synthesis from Alcohols and Amines Catalyzed by Ruthenium N-Heterocyclic Carbene Complexes  Johan Hygum Dam, Gyorgyi Osztrovszky, Lars Ulrik Nordstrøm, and Robert Madsen  2010  Chem. Eur. J.   16, 6820 – 6827  Vishal Kumar   
226  Proanthocyanidin-Accumulating Cells in Arabidopsis Testa: Regulation of Differentiation and Role in Seed Development.  Isabelle Debeaujon, a Nathalie Nesi, Pascual Perez, Martine Devic, Olivier Grandjean, Michel Caboche, and Loïc Lepiniec  2003  The Plant Cell  15:2514–2531  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
227  IRsesoealracht airoticnle and antisense suppression of flavonoid 3,5 hydroxylase modifies flower pigments and colour in cyclamen.  Murray R Boase, David H Lewis, Kevin M Davies, Gayle B Marshall, Deepa Patel, Kathy E Schwinn and Simon C Deroles  2010  BMC Plant Biology  10: 107-119  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
228  The Rvi15 (Vr2) apple scab resistance locus contains three TIR-NBS-LRR genes.  Galli P, Patocchi A, Broggini GA and Gessler C  2010  Mol Plant Microbe Interact  23: 608-617  Karnika Thakur   
229  Subterfuge and manipulation: type III effector proteins of phytopathogenic bacteria.  Grant SR, Fisher EJ, Chang JH, Mole BM and Dangl JL   2006  Annu Rev Microbiol   60: 425-449  Karnika Thakur   
230  Two different PCR approaches for universal diagnosis of brown rot and identification on Monilinia spp. in stone fruit trees.   Gell I, Cubero J and Melgarejo P   2007  J Appl Microbiol  103: 2629-2637  Karnika Thakur   
231  Genome sequencing and comparative transcriptomics of the model entomopathogenic fungi Metarhizium anisopliae and M. acridum.  Gao Q, Jin K, Ying S-H, Zhang Y, Xiao G, et al.   2011  PLoS Genet   e1001264 doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1001264  Karnika Thakur   
232  Direct Amide Synthesis from Either Alcohols or Aldehydes with Amines: Activity of Ru(II) Hydride and Ru(0) Complexes  Senthilkumar Muthaiah, Subhash Chandra Ghosh, Joo-Eun Jee, Cheng Chen, Jian Zhang, and Soon Hyeok Hong  2010  J. Org. Chem.   75, 3002–3006  Vishal Kumar   
233  Overexpression of SOS (Salt Overly Sensitive)Genes Increases Salt Tolerance in Transgenic Arabidopsis  Qing Yanga, Zhi-Zhong Chena, Xiao-Feng Zhoua,Hai-Bo Yina, Xia Lia, Xiu-Fang Xina, Xu-Hui Honga, Jian-Kang Zhuc, and Zhizhong Gonga,  2009  Molecular Plant  2 (1): 22–31  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
234  Elicitors, effectors, and R genes: the new paradigm and a lifetime supply of questions.  Bent AF and Mackey D   2007  Annu Rev Phytopathol   45: 399-436  Karnika Thakur   
235  Molecular Cloning and Sequence Analysis of a Phenylalanine Ammonia-Lyase Gene from Dendrobium  Qing Jin., Yao Yao., Yongping Cai, Yi Lin*  2013  PLoS One  Volume 8 | Issue 4 | e62352  Vivek Dogra   
236  The fortification of tea with sweeteners and milk and its effect on in vitro antioxidant potential of tea product and glutathione levels in an animal model  M.W. Korir,F.N. Wachira, J.K. Wanyoko, R.M. Ngurea, R. Khalid  2013  Food Chemistry  145, 145–153  eshita Sharma   
237  Quantification of denitrifying bacteria in soils by nirK gene targeted real-time PCR  Sonia Henrya, Ezékiel Baudoinb, Juan C. López-Gutiérreza, Fabrice Martin-Laurenta, Alain Braumanb, Laurent Philippota  2004  J Microbiol Methods.   61(2):289-90.  himankshi   
238  Changes in antioxidant enzymes activity and plant performance by salinity stress and zinc application in soybean (Glycine max L.)  Weria Weisany, Yousef Sohrabi, Gholamreza Heidari, Adel Siosemardeh, Kazem Ghassemi- Golezani  2012  Plant Omics Journal  5(2):60-67  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
239  Effect of Salt Stress on Growth and Chlorophyll Content of Some Cultivated Cotton Varieties Grown in Syria  B. Saleh  2012  Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis   43(15): 1976-1983  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
240  Association of Cotton leaf curl Burewala virus and its satellite molecules with leaf distortion symptoms of cotton in India  A. Kumar , S.K. Snehi , S.K. Raj , J. Kumar and J.A. Khan   2011  New Disease Reports (2011) 24, 18.  24 & 18  Aditya Kulshreshtha   
241  RESPONSE OF TWO GENETICALLY DIVERSE WHEAT CULTIVARS TO SALT STRESS AT DIFFERENT GROWTH STAGES: LEAF LIPID PEROXIDATION AND PHENOLIC CONTENTS  MUHAMMAD ARSLAN ASHRAF, MUHAMMAD ASHRAF AND QASIM ALI  2010  Pak. J. Bot.  42(1): 559-565  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
242  The effect of salt stress on growth, chlorophyll content, lipid peroxidation and antioxidative enzymes of pumpkin seedling  Senay Sevengor, Fikret Yasar, Sebnem Kusvuran and Sebnem Ellialtioglu  2011  African Journal of Agricultural Research  6(21): 4920-4924  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
243  Production of soybean isoflavone genistein in non-legume plants via genetically modified secondary metabolism pathway  Rongrong Liu, Yuanlei Hu, Jialin Li, Zhongping Lin  2007  Metabolic Engineering  9: 1–7  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
244  Th e eff ect of salt stress on antioxidative enzymes and proline content of two Turkish tobacco varieties  Özge ÇELİK, Çimen ATAK  2012  Turk Journal of Biology  36: 339-356  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
245  Hypolipidemic effects of proanthocyanidins and their underlying biochemical and molecular mechanisms  Cinta Blade, Lluis Arola and Maria-Josepa Salvado  2010  Mol. Nutr. Food Res.  54, 37–59  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
246  Trehalose accumulation in rice plants confers high tolerance levels to different abiotic stresses  Ajay K. Garg, Ju-Kon Kim, Thomas G. Owens, Anil P. Ranwala, Yang Do Choi, Leon V. Kochian and Ray J. Wu  2002  PNAS  99: 15898-15903  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
247  Are Pectins Involved in Cold Acclimation and De-acclimation of Winter Oil-seed Rape Plants?  DANUTA SOLECKA, JACEK Z˙ EBROWSKI and ALINA KACPERSKA  2008  Annals of Botany  101: 521–530  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
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249  Epigenetics: A Landscape Takes Shape  Aaron D. Goldberg, C. David Allis, and Emily Bernstein  2007  Cell  128: 635-638  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
250  Genome-Wide Organization and E xpression Profiling of the NAC Transcription Factor Family in Pot ato (Solanumtuberosum L.)   ANIL KUMAR Singh*, VISHAL Sharma, AWADHESH KUMAR Pal†,VISHAL Acharya, and PARAMVIR SINGH Ahuja  2013  DNA Research  1–21  VISHAL   
251  EXPORTIN1 Genes Are Essential for Development and Function of the Gametophytes in Arabidopsis thaliana  Robert Blanvillain, Leonor C. Boavida, Sheila McCormick and David W. Ow  2008  Genetics  180: 1493–1500  Pritu Pratibha   
252  Epigenetic Control of Plant Stress Response  Alex Boyko and Igor Kovalchuk  2008  Environmental andMolecularMutagenesis  49:61-72  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
253  Epigenetics and its Implications for Plant Biology 2. The ‘Epigenetic Epiphany’: Epigenetics, Evolution and Beyond  R. T. GRANT DOWNTON and H. G. DICKINSON  2006  Annals of Botany  97: 11–27  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
254  Epialleles via DNA methylation: consequences for plant evolution  Susan Kalisz and Michael D. Purugganan  2004  TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution  19(6): 309-314  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
255  Overexpression of a zinc-finger protein gene from rice confers tolerance to cold, dehydration, and salt stress in transgenic tobacco  Arnab Mukhopadhyay, Shubha Vij, and Akhilesh K. Tyagi  2004  PNAS  101: 6309–6314  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
256  Cell wall pectin content modulates aluminium sensitivity of Zea mays (L.) cells grown in suspension culture  N. SCHMOHL & W. J. HORST  2000  Plant, Cell and Environment  23: 735–742  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
257  Physiological responses of lentil (Lens culinarisMedik.)to salinity  KazemGhassemi-Golezani, FayezehMahmoodi-Yengabad  2012  International Journal of Agriculture and Crop Sciences  4(20):1531-1535  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
258  A renaissance of elicitors: perception of microbe-associated molecular patterns and danger signals by pattern-recognition receptors.   Boller T and Felix G  2009  Ann Rev Plant Biol  60: 379-406  Karnika Thakur   
259  RNA Silencing Systems and Their Relevance to Allele-Specific DNA Methylation in Plants  Hiroshi SHIBA and Seiji TAKAYAMA  2007  Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem.  71 (11): 2632–2646  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
260  Impact of salt stress (NaCl) on growth, chlorophyll content and fluorescence of Tunisian cultivars of chili pepper (Capsicum frutescens L.)  Kaouther Zhani, Ben Fredj Mariem, Mani Fardaous and Hannachi Cherif  2012  Journal of Stress Physiology & Biochemistry  8(4): 236-252  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
261  DNA methylation dynamics in plant genomes  Mary Gehring, Steven Henikoff  2007  Biochimica et Biophysica Acta  1769: 276-286  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
262  The Mysteries of Proanthocyanidin Transport and Polymerization  Jian Zhao, Yongzhen Pang, and Richard A. Dixon  2010  Plant Physiology  153: 437–443  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
263  Environmentally induced phenotypes and DNA methylation: how to deal with unpredictable conditions until the next generation and after  BERNARD ANGERS, EMILIE CASTONGUAY and RACHEL MASSICOTTE  2010  Molecular Ecology  19: 1283–1295  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
264  Proanthocyanidin Synthesis and Expression of Genes Encoding Leucoanthocyanidin Reductase and Anthocyanidin Reductase in Developing Grape Berries and Grapevine Leaves  Jochen Bogs, Mark O. Downey , John S. Harvey , Anthony R. Ashton, Gregory J. Tanner, and Simon P. Robinson  2005  Plant Physiology  139: 652–663  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
265  Epigenetics and plant evolution  Ryan A. Rapp and Jonathan F. Wendel  2005  New Phytologist  168 : 81–91  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
266  The role of the root apoplast in aluminium-induced inhibition of root elongation and in aluminium resistance of plants: a review  Walter J. Horst, YunxiaWang and Dejene Eticha  2010  Annals of Botany  106: 185–197  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
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272  The strawberry transcription factor FaMYB1 inhibits the biosynthesis of proanthocyanidins in Lotus corniculatus leaves  Francesco Paolocci,*, Mark P. Robbins, Valentina Passeri, Barbara Hauck, Phil Morris, Andrea Rubini, Sergio Arcioni and Francesco Damiani  2011  Journal of Experimental Botany  62 (3): 1189-1200  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
273  Mechanisms of epigenetic inheritance  Cyrus Martin and Yi Zhang  2007  Current Opinion in Cell Biology  19: 266–272  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
274  Counteraction of salinity stress on wheat plants by grain soaking in ascorbic acid, thiamin or sodium salicylate  A.M.A. AL-HAKIMI and A.M. HAMADA  2001  BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM  44(2): 253-261  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
275  Metabolic engineering of proanthocyanidins through co-expression of anthocyanidin reductase and the PAP1 MYB transcription factor   De-Yu Xie, Shashi B. Sharma, Elane Wright, Zeng-Yu Wang and Richard A. Dixon  2006  The Plant Journal  45: 895–907  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
276  Engineering the cell wall by reducing de-methyl-esterified homogalacturonan improves saccharification of plant tissues for bioconversion.  Vincenzo Lionettia, Fedra Francoccia, Simone Ferraria, Chiara Volpib, Daniela Bellincampia, Roberta Gallettia, Renato D’Ovidiob, Giulia De Lorenzoa, and Felice Cervone  2010  PNAS  107: 616-621  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
277  Modulation of the polyamine biosynthetic pathway in transgenic rice confers tolerance to drought stress  Teresa Capell, Ludovic Bassie and Paul Christou  2004  PNAS  101: 9909–9914  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
278  DNA and histone methylation in plants  Muhammad Tariq and Jerzy Paszkowski  2004  TRENDS in Genetics  20(6): 244-251  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
279  Biosynthesis and Genetic Regulation of Proanthocyanidins in Plants  Fei He, Qiu-Hong Pan, Ying Shi and Chang-Qing Duan  2008  Molecules  13: 2674-2703  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
280  Development of a Denaturation/ Renaturation-Based Production Process for Ferritin Nanoparticles  Anu Ja¨a¨skela¨inen,1 Tero Soukka,1 Urpo Lamminma¨ki,1 Teemu Korpima¨ki,1 Marko Virta2  2009  Biotechnology and Bioengineering,   Vol. 102, No. 4, March 1,   ramdhan   
281  Proanthocyanidins – a final frontier in flavonoid research?  Richard A. Dixon, De-Yu Xie and Shashi B. Sharma  2005  New Phytologist  165: 9–28  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
282  Functional analyses of a flavonol synthase–like gene from Camellia nitidissima reveal its roles in flavonoid metabolism during floral pigmentation  XING-WEN ZHOU, ZHENG-QI FAN, YUE CHEN, YU-LIN ZHU, JI-YUAN LI and HENG-FU YIN  2013  J. Biosci.  38(3): 593-604  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
283  A high-resolution method for the localization of proanthocyanidins in plant tissues  Shamila W Abeynayake, Stephen Panter, Aidyn Mouradov and German Spangenberg  2011  Plant Methods  7:13-18  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
284  Abscisic Acid Deficiency Causes Changes in Cuticle Permeability and Pectin Composition That Influence Tomato Resistance to Botrytis cinerea  Katrien Curvers, Hamed Seifi, Gregory Mouille, Riet de Rycke, Bob Asselbergh, Annelies Van Hecke, Dieter Vanderschaeghe, Herman Hofte, Nico Callewaert, Frank Van Breusegem, and Monica Hoftte  2010  Plant Physiology  154: 847–860  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
285  Cell-wall pectin and its degree of methylation in the maize root-apex: significance for genotypic differences in aluminium resistance  DEJENE ETICHA, ANGELIKA STASS & WALTER J. HORST  2005  Plant, Cell and Environment  28: 1410–1420  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
286  Genetic Engineering of Novel Bluer-Colored Chrysanthemums Produced by Accumulation of Delphinidin-Based Anthocyanins  Naonobu Noda, Ryutaro Aida, Sanae Kishimoto, Kanako Ishiguro, Masako Fukuchi-Mizutani, Yoshikazu Tanaka and Akemi Ohmiya  2013  Plant Cell Physiology  54(10): 1684–1695  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
287  PCR primers that amplify fungal rRNA genes from environmental samples.  Borneman J and Hartin RJ   2000  Appl Environ Microbiol   66: 4356-4360  Karnika Thakur   
288  De novo transcriptome assembly with ABySS.  Birol I, Jackman SD, Nielsen CB, Qian JQ, Varhol R, et al.   2009  Bioinformatics   25: 2872-2877  Karnika Thakur   
289  Cytochemical investigation of the anatgonistic interaction between a Microsphaeropsis sp (isolate P130A) and Venturia inaequalis.   Benyagoub M, Benhamou N and Craisse O   1998  Phytopathol  88: 605-613  Karnika Thakur   
290  Rapid changes in cell wall pectic polysaccharides are closely associated with early stages of aerenchyma formation, a spatially localized form of programmed cell death in roots of maize ( Zea mays L.) promoted by ethylene  A. H. L. A. N. GUNAWARDENA, D. M. E. PEARCE, M. B. JACKSON, C. R. HAWES & D. E. EVANS  2001  Plant, Cell and Environment  24: 1369–1375  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
291  Metabolic engineering of proanthocyanidins by ectopic expression of transcription factors in Arabidopsis thaliana  Shashi B. Sharma and Richard A. Dixon  2005  The Plant Journal  44: 62–75  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
292  A DEAD-Box Protein, AtRH36, is Essential for Female Gametophyte Development and is Involved in rRNA Biogenesis in Arabidopsis  Chun-Kai Huang1 , Li-Fen Huang2 , Jin-Ji Huang1 , Shaw-Jye Wu1 , Ching-Hui Yeh1 and Chung-An Lu1 ,∗  2010  Plant Cell Physiology  51(5), 694–706  Pritu Pratibha   
293  Epigenetics: Connecting Environment and Genotype to Phenotype and Disease  S.P. Barros and S. Offenbacher  2009  Journal of Dental Research  88: 400-408  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
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295  REepseairgche arnticeletic chromatin modifiers in barley: IV. The study of barley Polycomb group (PcG) genes during seed development and in response to external ABA.  Aliki Kapazoglou, Alessandro Tondelli, Dimitra Papaefthimiou, Helen Ampatzidou, Enrico Francia, Michele A Stanca, Konstantinos Bladenopoulos4 and Athanasios S Tsaftaris  2010  Plant Biology  10:73  MONIKA MAHAJAN   
296  Simultaneous silencing of multiple genes in the apple scab fungus, Venturia inaequalis, by expression of RNA with chimeric inverted repeats.  Fitzgerald A, van Kan JAL and Plummer KM   2004  Fung Genet Biol   41: 963-971  Karnika Thakur   
297  On the origin and spread of the scab disease of apple: out of central Asia  Gladieux P, Zhang X-G, Afoufa-Bastien D, Valdebenito Sanhueza R-M, Sbaghi M, et al.   2008  PLoS ONE  3(1): e1455. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001455  Karnika Thakur   
298  The Vh8 locus of a new gene-for-gene interaction between Venturia inaequalis and the wild apple Malus sieversii is closely linked to the Vh2 locus in Malus pumila R12740-7A  Bus VG, Laurens FN, van de Weg WE, Rusholme RL, et al.   2005  New Phytol   166: 1035-1049  Karnika Thakur   
299  Breakdown of the scab resistance gene Vf in apple leads to a founder effect in populations of the fungal pathogen Venturia inaequalis.   Guérin F and Le Cam B   2004  Phytopathol   94: 364-369  Karnika Thakur   
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301  Functional analysis and expression profiling of HcrVf1 and HcrVf2 for development of scab resistant cisgenic and intragenic apples.   Joshi SG, Schaart JG, Groenwold R, Jacobsen E, Schouten HJ, et al.   2011  Plant Mol Biol   75: 579-591  Karnika Thakur   
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305  Real-time PCR in the microbiology laboratory  M. Mackay  2004  Clin Microbiol Infect  10: 190–212  himankshi   
306  Two novel Venturia inaequalis genes induced upon morphogenetic differentiation during infection and in vitro growth on cellophane.   Kucheryava N, Bowen JK, Sutherland PW, et al.   2008  Fungal Genet Biol   45: 1329-1339  Karnika Thakur   
307  Genome mapping of an apple scab, a powdery mildew and a woolly apple aphid resistance gene from open-pollinated Mildew Immune Selection.   Bus VGM, Bassett HCM, Bowatte D, Chagné D, Ranatunga CA, et al.   2010  Tree Genet Genom   6: 477-487  Karnika Thakur   
308  Host-pathogen warfare at the plant cell wall.   Hématy K, Cherk C and Somerville S   2009  Curr Opin Plant Biol   12: 406-413  Karnika Thakur   
309  Arsenal of plant cell wall degrading enzymes reflects host preference among plant pathogenic fungi.   King BC, Waxman KD, Nenni NV, Walker LP, Bergstrom GC, et al.   2011  Biotechnol Biofuels   4: 4. doi: 10.1186/1754-6834-4-4  Karnika Thakur   
310  The plant immune system.  Jones JDG and Dangl JL   2006  Nature  444: 323-329  Karnika Thakur   
311  Development of Nanocomposite Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering  H.R. Imam Khasim,*1 S. Henning,2 G.H. Michler,2 Joerg Brand3  2010  Macromol. Symp.   294-I, 144–152  ramdhan   
312  Virulence and molecular diversity of Venturia inaequalis in commercial apple growing regions in Kashmir.   Padder BA, Sofi TA, Ahmad M, Shah M, Hamid A, et al.  2012  J Phytopathol  doi: 10.1111/jph.12061  Karnika Thakur   
313  Systems Biology for Enhanced Plant Nitrogen Nutrition   Rodrigo A. Gutiérrez  2012  SCIENCE  VOL 336, 1673-1675  parul goel   
314  Control of Arabidopsis Root Development   Jalean J. Petricka, Cara M. Winter, and P hilip N. Benfey  2012  Annu. R ev. Plant Biol  63:563–590  Monika Bhuria   
315  Aziridination of Alkenes and Amidation of Alkanes by Bis(tosylimido)ruthenium(VI) Porphyrins. A Mechanistic Study  Sze-Man Au, Jie-Sheng Huang, Wing-Yiu Yu, Wai-Hong Fung, and Chi-Ming Che  1999  J. Am. Chem. Soc.   121, 9120-9132  Vishal Kumar   
316  The hydroxylation and amidation of equilenin acetate catalyzed by chloro[5,10,15,20-tetrakis(pentafluorophenyl)porphyrinato]manganese(III)  Jerry Yang, Richard Weinberg and Ronald Breslow  2000  Chem. Commun.,   531–532  Vishal Kumar   
317  Ruthenium(II) Porphyrin-Catalyzed Amidation of Aromatic Heterocycles  Ling He, Philip Wai Hong Chan, Wai-Man Tsui, Wing-Yiu Yu, and Chi-Ming Che  2004  Organic Letters  6, 2405-2408  Vishal Kumar   
318  Recent Advances in Catalytic Enantioselective Intermolecular C-H Functionalization  Huw M. L. Davies  2006  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. ,   45, 6422 – 6425  Vishal Kumar   
319  Isolation and Functional Analysis of a MYB Transcription Factor Gene that is a Key Regulator for the Development of Red Coloration in Apple Skin  Yusuke Ban 1, Chikako Honda 2, Yoshimichi Hatsuyama 3, Megumi Igarashi 3, Hideo Bessho 4 and Takaya Moriguchi  2007  Plant Cell Physiol.   48(7): 958–970  Yashika Walia   
320  Asymmetric amidation of saturated C–H bonds catalysed by chiral ruthenium and manganese porphyrins  Xiang-Ge Zhou, Xiao-Qi Yu, Jie-Sheng Huang and Chi-Ming Che  1999  Chem. Commun.,   2377–2378  Vishal Kumar   
321  Enantioselective intramolecular amidation of sulfamate esters catalyzed by chiral manganese(III) Schiff-base complexes  Ji Zhang, Philip Wai Hong Chan and Chi-Ming Che  2005  Tetrahedron Letters   46, 5403–5408  Vishal Kumar   
322  Recent Advances in Catalytic Intramolecular C-H Aminations  Huw M. L. Davies* and Matthew S. Long  2005  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.,   44, 3518 –3520  Vishal Kumar   
323  Allylic Amination  Mogens Johannsen and Karl Anker Jørgensen  1998  Chem. Rev. ,   98, 1689-1708  Vishal Kumar   
324  Efficient Aziridination of Olefins Catalyzed by a Unique Disilver(I) Compound  Yong Cui and Chuan He  2003  J. AM. CHEM. SOC. ,   125, 16202-16203  Vishal Kumar   
325  E ect of growth regulators on shoot induction and plant regeneration in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)  Jozef Gubi, Zuzana Lajchová, Juraj Faragó & Zuzana Jureková  2004  Biologia, Bratislava  59/3: 405|408  Priyanka Bhadwal   
326  Genomewide bioinformatic analysis negates any specific role for Dof, GATA and Ag/cTCA motifs in nitrate responsive gene expression in Arabidopsis   Ravi Ramesh Pathak, Suman K. Das, Devapriya Choudhury1 and Nandula Raghuram  2009  hysiol. Mol. Biol. Plants  2, 145-150  parul goel   
327  Oxidative Amide Synthesis and N-Terminal r-Amino Group Ligation of Peptides in Aqueous Medium  Wing-Kei Chan, Chi-Ming Ho, Man-Kin Wong, and Chi-Ming Che  2006  J. AM. CHEM. SOC  128, 14796-14797  Vishal Kumar   
328  A citrus exocortis viroid variant from broad bean (Vicia faba L.): infectivity and pathogenesis  C. Fagoaga, 1 J. S. Semancik 2 and N. Duran-Vila ~*  1995  Journal of General Virology   76, 2271-2277  Yashika Walia   
329  A naked plant-specific RNA ten-fold smaller than the smallest known viral RNA: the viroid  Ricardo Flores*  2001  C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris, Sciences de la vie / Life Sciences  324, 943-52  Yashika Walia   
330  A chimeric satellite transgene sequence is inefficiently targeted by viroid-induced DNA methylation in tobacco  Athanasios Dalakouras • Mirko Moser • Gabi Krczal • Michael Wassenegger  2010  Plant Mol Biol (2010)   73:439–447  Yashika Walia   
331  A family of RRM-type RNA-binding proteins specific to plant mitochondria  Matthieu Vermel*, Benoit Guermann*, Ludovic Delage, Jean-Michel Grienenberger, Laurence Mare´ chal-Drouard, and Jose´ M. Gualberto†  2002  PNAS  5866–5871   Yashika Walia   
332  Direct Role of a Viroid RNA Motif in Mediating Directional RNA Trafficking across a Specific Cellular Boundary  Yijun Qi,a Thierry Pe´ lissier,b Asuka Itaya,a Elizabeth Hunt,a Michael Wassenegger,c and Biao Dinga,1  2004  The Plant Cell  Vol. 16, 1741–1752  Yashika Walia   
333  Inhibition of Cell Growth and Shoot Development by a Specific Nucleotide Sequence in a Noncoding Viroid RNA  Yijun Qi and Biao Ding 1  2003  The Plant Cell,  Vol. 15, 1360–1374  Yashika Walia   
334  Imido Transfer from Bis(imido)ruthenium(VI) Porphyrins to Hydrocarbons: Effect of Imido Substituents, C-H Bond Dissociation Energies, and RuVI/V Reduction Potentials  Sarana Ka-Yan Leung, Wai-Man Tsui, Jie-Sheng Huang,* Chi-Ming Che,* Jiang-Lin Liang, and Nianyong Zhu  2005  J. AM. CHEM. SOC. ,   127, 16629-16640  Vishal Kumar   
335  Soluble Polymer-Supported Ruthenium Porphyrin Catalysts for Epoxidation, Cyclopropanation, and Aziridination of Alkenes  Jun-Long Zhang and Chi-Ming Che  2002  Organic Letters  4, 1911-1914  Vishal Kumar   
336  Mapping the molecular determinant of pathogenicity in a hammerhead viroid: A tetraloop within the in vivo branched RNA conformation  MARCOS DE LA PEN˜A*, BEATRIZ NAVARRO*, AND RICARDO FLORES†  1999  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  Vol. 96, pp. 9960–9965  Yashika Walia   
337  Rhodium-Catalyzed Beckmann Rearrangement  Mieko Arisawa and Masahiko Yamaguchi  2001  Organic Letters  3, 311-312  Vishal Kumar   
338  Organometallic Chemistry in Aqueous Solution. Hydration of Nitriles to Amides Catalyzed by a Water-Soluble Molybdocene, (MeCp)2Mo(OH)(H2O)+  Kerry L. Breno, Michael D. Pluth, and David R. Tyler  2003  Organometallics ,   22, 1203-1211  Vishal Kumar   
339  Platinum-Catalyzed Selective Hydration of Hindered Nitriles and Nitriles with Acid- or Base-Sensitive Groups  Xiao-bin Jiang, Adriaan J. Minnaard,* Ben L. Feringa,*, and Johannes G. de Vries  2004  J. Org. Chem. ,   69, 2327-2331  Vishal Kumar   
340  A One-Pot Synthesis of Primary Amides from Aldoximes or Aldehydes in Water in the Presence of a Supported Rhodium Catalyst  Hiroshi Fujiwara, Yoshiyuki Ogasawara, Kazuya Yamaguchi, and Noritaka Mizuno  2007  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. ,  46, 5202 –5205  Vishal Kumar   
341  Rh-Catalyzed one-pot and practical transformation of aldoximes to amides  Soyoung Park, Yoon-a Choi, Hoon Han, Soon H Yang and Sukbok Chang  2003  CHEM. COMMUN. , ,   1936–1937  Vishal Kumar   
342  Efficient Hydration of Nitriles to Amides in Water, Catalyzed by Ruthenium Hydroxide Supported on Alumina  Kazuya Yamaguchi, Mitsunori Matsushita, and Noritaka Mizuno  2004  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. ,  43, 1576 –1580  Vishal Kumar   
343  A novel task-specific ionic liquid for Beckmann rearrangement: a simple and effective way for product separation  Jianzhou Gui, Youquan Deng, Zhide Hua and Zhaolin Sun  2004  Tetrahedron Letters   45, 2681–2683  Vishal Kumar   
344  Alkyne Carbonylation by Radicals: Tin-Radical- Catalyzed Synthesis of a-Methylene Amides from 1-Alkynes, Carbon Monoxide, and Amines  Yoshitaka Uenoyama, Takahide Fukuyama, Osamu Nobuta, Hiroshi Matsubara, and Ilhyong Ryu  2005  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  44 1075 –1078  Vishal Kumar   
345  Palladium-Catalyzed Regiospecific Aminocarbonylation of Alkynes in the Ionic Liquid [bmim][Tf2N]  Yu Li, Howard Alper, and Zhengkun Yu  2006  ORGANIC LETTERS   8, 5199-5201  Vishal Kumar   
346  Practical Synthesis of Amides from In Situ Generated Copper(i) Acetylides and Sulfonyl Azides  Michael P. Cassidy, Jessica Raushel, and Valery V. Fokin  2006  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   45, 3154 –3157  Vishal Kumar   
347  A simple method for the isolation of plant protoplasts  K SANKARA RAO* and A H PRAKASH  1995  J. Biosci.  Vol. 20, Number 5,  Yashika Walia   
348  An infectious viroid RNA replicon evolved from an in vitro-generated non-infectious viroid deletion mutant via a complementary deletion in vivo  M.Wasseneggerl, S.Heimes and H.L.Sanger  1994  The EMBO Journal  vol.13 no.24 pp.6172-6177,  Yashika Walia   
349  A Viroid RNA with a Specific Structural Motif Inhibits Chloroplast Development  Maria-Elena Rodio,a,1 Sonia Delgado,b,1 Angelo De Stradis,a Marı´a-Dolores Go´mez,b Ricardo Flores,b and Francesco Di Serioa  2007  The Plant Cell  Vol. 19: 3610–3626  Yashika Walia   
350  Isolation and Characterization of a Novel Drought Responsive Gene Encoding a Glycine-rich RNA-binding Protein in Malus prunifolia (Willd.) Borkh.  Shuncai Wang & Dong Liang & Shouguo Shi & Fengwang Ma & Huairui Shu & Rongchao Wang  2011  Plant Mol Biol Rep  29:125–134  Yashika Walia   
351  Highly Efficient Ruthenium-Catalyzed Oxime to Amide Rearrangement  Nathan A. Owston, Alexandra J. Parker, and Jonathan M. J. Williams  2007  Organic Letters  9, 3599-3601  Vishal Kumar   
352  Catalytic and regioselective synthesis of gem- or trans-α,β-unsaturated amides by carbonylation of alkyl alkynes with aniline derivatives by palladium(II) and phosphine  Bassam El Ali and Jimoh Tijani  2003  APPLIED ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY  17 921–931  Vishal Kumar   
353  the radical/polar crossover process provides a new route for the carbonylation of alkynes without the use of transition-metal catalysis.  Seung Hwan Cho, Eun Jeong Yoo, Imhyuck Bae, and Sukbok Chang  2005  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.   127, 16046-16047  Vishal Kumar   
354  The Regio- and Stereoselective One-PotCatalytic Preparation of -Selenyl Acrylamides  Daniel J. Knapton and Tara Y. Meyer  2004  ORGANIC LETTERS  6, 687-689  Vishal kumar   
355  Cobalt-Rhodium Heterobimetallic Nanoparticle-Catalyzed Synthesis of r,â-Unsaturated Amides from Internal Alkynes, Amines, and Carbon Monoxide  Ji Hoon Park, Sun Young Kim, Soo Min Kim, and Young Keun Chung  2007  ORGANIC LETTERS Vol. 9, No. 13 2465-2468  13, 2465-2468   Vishal Kumar   
356  Molecular characterization of CEVd strains that induce different phenotypes in Gynura aurantiaca: structure-pathogenicity relationships  M. Chaffai1;2, P. Serra1, M. Gandı´a1, C. Herna´ndez2, and N. Duran-Vila1  2007  Arch Virol   152: 1283–1294  Yashika Walia   
357  Determining protein identity from sieve element sap in Ricinus communis L. by quadrupole time of flight (Q-TOF) mass spectrometry  Alan Barnes, Jeffery Bale, Chrystala Constantinidou, Peter Ashton, Anthony Jones and Jeremy Pritchard  2004  Journal of Experimental Botany  Vol. 55, No. 402, pp. 1473–1481  Yashika Walia   
358  Field and greenhouse evaluation of rapeseed spray oil against spider mites, green peach aphid and pear psylla in Serbia  Dejan MARČIĆ, Pantelija PERIĆ, Mirjana PRIJOVIĆ, Irena OGURLIĆ  2009  Bulletin of Insectology   62 (2) 159-167   Urvashi   
359  Quantitative and qualitative comparison of antioxidant activity in the flavedo tissue of three cultivars of citrus fruit under cold stress http://getaheadofthegames.com/best-parking-games  Mansour Afshar Mohammadian, Zahra Khosravi Largani, Reza Hasan Sajedi  2012  AJCS  6(3):402-406  eshita Sharma   
360  A direct synthesis of nitriles and amides from aldehydes using dry or wet alumina in solvent free conditions  Hashem Sharghi* and Mona Hosseini Sarvari  2002  Tetrahedron   58, 10323–10328  Vishal Kumar   
361  Two nucleotide positions in the Citrus exocortis viroid RNA associated with symptom expression in Etrog citron but not in experimental herbaceous hosts  NUBIA MURCIA, LUCÍA BERNAD, NÚRIA DURAN-VILA AND PEDRO SERRA*  2011  MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY  12(2), 203–208  Yashika Walia   
362  Probing FinO–FinP RNA interactions by site-directed protein–RNA crosslinking and gelFRET  ALEXANDRU F. GHETU,1 DAVID C. ARTHUR,1 TOM K. KERPPOLA,2 and J.N. MARK GLOVER1  2002  RNA  8:816–823  Yashika Walia   
363  Engineering the genome of Grapevine virus A into a vector for expression of proteins in herbaceous plants  Sabrina Haviv a, Nurbol Galiakparov a, Dariusz E. Goszczynski b, Ozgur Batumana, Henryk Czosnek c, Munir Mawassi a,∗  2006  Journal of Virological Methods  132 227–231  Yashika Walia   
364  Nucleic acid-binding specificities of tobacco chloroplast ribonucleoproteins  Yuqing Li and Masahiro Sugiura*  1991  Nucleic Acids Research   Vol. 19, No. 11  Yashika Walia   
365  Potential Involvement of a Cucumber Homolog of Phloem Protein 1 in the Long-Distance Movement of Cucumber mosaic virus Particles  A. Requena, L. Simón-Buela, G. Salcedo, and F. García-Arenal  2006  MPMI  Vol. 19, No. 7  Yashika Walia   
366  Simultaneous detection of six citrus viroids and Apple stem grooving virus from citrus plants by multiplex reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction  Takao Ito a,*, Hiroyuki Ieki b, Katsumi Ozaki c a  2002  Journal of Virological Methods  106: 235-239  Yashika Walia   
367  Variants of Peach latent mosaic viroid inducing peach calico: uneven distribution in infected plants and requirements of the insertion containing the pathogenicity determinant  Maria-Elena Rodio,1 Sonia Delgado,2 Ricardo Flores2 and Francesco Di Serio1  2006  Journal of General Virology  87, 231–240  Yashika Walia   
368  In Vitro-Transcribed Chrysanthemum stunt viroid RNA Is Infectious to Chrysanthemum and Other Plants  Yosuke Matsushita and Kumar K. R. Penmetcha  2009  Virology  Vol. 99, No. 1,  Yashika Walia   
369  Global Analysis of the Transcriptional Response of Whitefly to Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl China Virus Reveals their Relationship of Coevolved Adaptations  Jun-Bo Luan1, Jun-Min Li1, Nélia Varela2, Yong-Liang Wang1, Fang-Fang Li1, Yan-Yuan Bao1, 7 Chuan-Xi Zhang1, Shu-Sheng Liu1*, and Xiao-Wei Wang1*  2013  J. Virol.  doi:10.1128/JVI.02507-10  Yashika Walia   
370  The dwarf-i (dl) mutant of Zea mays blocks three steps in the gibberellin-biosynthetic pathway  CLIVE R. SPRAY*, MASATOMO KOBAYASHI*, YOSHIHITO SUZUKI*, BERNARD 0. PHINNEY*, PAUL GASKINt, AND JAKE MACMILLANt  1996  PNAS  Vol. 93, pp. 10515-10518  Yashika Walia   
371  Characterization of Apricot pseudo-chlorotic leaf spot virus, A Novel Trichovirus Isolated from Stone Fruit Trees  D. Liberti, A. Marais, L. Svanella-Dumas, M. J. Dulucq, D. Alioto, A. Ragozzino, B. Rodoni, and T. Candresse  2005  PHYTOPATHOLOGY  10.1094/PHYTO-95-0420  Yashika Walia   
372  Molecular Characterization of UGT94F2 and UGT86C4,Two Glycosyltransferases from Picrorhiza kurrooa: Comparative Structural Insight and Evaluation of Substrate Recognition  Wajid Waheed Bhat, Niha Dhar, Sumeer Razdan, Satiander Rana, Rukmankesh Mehra, Amit Nargotra, Rekha S. Dhar, Nasheeman Ashraf, Ram Vishwakarma, Surrinder K. Lattoo  2013  PLOS ONE  doi:10.1371  Amita   
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374  Drought stress responses in crops  Arun K. Shanker & M. Maheswari & S. K. Yadav & S. Desai & Divya Bhanu & Neha Bajaj Attal & B. Venkateswarlu  2014  Funct Integr Genomics  14:11-22  Jai parkash   
375  Molecular and Biochemical Characterization of a Cathepsin B-Like Protease Family Unique to Trypanosoma congolense  Carlos Mendoza-Palomares,1 Nicolas Biteau,1 Christiane Giroud,1 Virginie Coustou,1 Theresa Coetzer,2 Edith Authie´,3 Alain Boulange´,2 and The´o Baltz1  2008  EUKARYOTIC CELL  7:684-697  Jai parkash   
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378  A simple and effective method for detecting phenological change from time series of vegetation index   Jin Chen1 , Cong Wang1 , Yuhan Rao1 , Yuan Zhou1 , Miaogen Shen2  A simple and effective method for detecting phenological change from time series of vegetation index   0000  Sunil Kumar   
379  Applicability of remote sensing-based surface temperature regimes in determining deciduous phenology over boreal forest  Quazi K. Hassan* and K. Mahmud Rahman  2012  J Plant Ecol  (2012)  Sunil Kumar   
380  Heterobimetallic Lanthanide/Sodium Phenoxides: Efficient Catalysts for Amidation of Aldehydes with Amines  Junmei Li,† Fan Xu,† Yong Zhang,† and Qi Shen  2009  J. Org. Chem. ,   74, 2575–2577  Vishal Kumar   
381  Cannizzaro-Type Disproportionation of Aromatic Aldehydes to Amides and Alcohols by Using Either a Stoichiometric Amount or a Catalytic Amount of Lanthanide Compounds  Lijun Zhang,†,‡ Shaowu Wang,*,‡,§ Shuangliu Zhou,‡ Gaosheng Yang,‡ and Enhong Sheng  2006  J. Org. Chem. ,   71, 3149-3153  Vishal Kumar   
382  A bacterial virulence protein suppresses host innate immunity to cause plant disease.  Nomura K, DebRoy S, Lee YH, Pumplin N, Jones J and He SY  2006  Science  313: 220-223  Karnika Thakur   
383  Room-Temperature Cannizzaro Reaction under Mild Conditions Facilitated by Magnesium Bromide Ethyl Etherate and Triethylamine  M. Saeed Abaee,* Roholah Sharifi, and Mohammad M. Mojtahedi  2005  Organic Letters  7, 5893-5895  Vishal Kumar   
384  Synthesis of Carboxamides by LDA-Catalyzed Haller-Bauer and Cannizzaro Reactions  Kazuaki Ishihara* and Takayuki Yano  2004  Organic Letters  6, 1983-1986  Vishal Kumar   
385  Tertiary structure and function of an RNA motif required for plant vascular entry to initiate systemic trafficking  Xuehua Zhong1,3, Xiaorong Tao1,3, Jesse Stombaugh2, Neocles Leontis2,* and Biao Ding1,*  2007  The EMBO Journal  26, 3836–3846  Yashika Walia   
386  Transient Structural Ordering of the RNABinding Domain of Carnation Mottle Virus p7 Movement Protein Modulates Nucleic Acid Binding  MarÅal Vilar,[a] Ana Saur  2005  ChemBioChem  6, 1391 – 1396  Yashika Walia   
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388  Two distinct gene subfamilies within the family of cysteine protease genes  KATHLEEN M. KARRER*, STACIA L. PEIFFERt, AND MICHELE E. DITOMAS  1993  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  90,3063-3067  Jai parkash   
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395  Crop Yield Assessment from Remote Sensing  Paul C. Doraiswamy, Sophie Moulin, Paul W. Cook, and Alan Stern  2003  Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing  Vol. 69, No. 6, June 2003, pp. 665–674.  Sunil Kumar   
396  Leaf-out phenology of temperate woody plants: from trees to ecosystems  Caroline A. Polgar and Richard B. Primack  2011  New Phytologist  ) 191: 926–941  Sunil Kumar   
397  Remote sensing-based quantification of spatial variation in canopy phenology of four dominant tree species in Europe  Qifei Han,a,b Geping Luo,a and Chaofan Lia,b  2013  Journal of Applied Remote Sensing  Vol. 7, 2013  Sunil Kumar   
398  satellite phenology  Mark Donald Schwartz  2011  Phenology: An Integrative Environmental Science  594  Sunil Kumar   
399  PLANT PHENOLOGY IN CANADA and CHINA: BIOMONITOR FOR CLIMATE CHANGE  ELISABETH BEAUBIEN1* and XIAOQIU CHEN2  CLIMATE CHANGE | BUILDING THE ADAPTIVE CAPACITY  387-403  Sunil Kumar   
400  The effect of the shape of mesoporous silica nanoparticles on cellular uptake and cell function  Xinglu Huang a,c, Xu Teng b, Dong Chen a, Fangqiong Tang a,*, Junqi He  2010  Biomaterials 31 (2010) 438–448  31, 438–448  ramdhan   
401  Combined cytotoxic and anti-invasive properties of redox-active nanoparticles in tumorestroma interactions  Lirija Alili a,1, Maren Sack a,1, Ajay S. Karakoti b, Sarah Teuber a, Katharina Puschmann a, Suzanne M. Hirst c, Christopher M. Reilly c, Klaus Zanger d, Wilhelm Stahl a, Soumen Das b, Sudipta Seal b, Peter Brenneisen  2011  Biomaterials 32 (2011) 2918-2929  32, 2918-2929  ramdhan   
402  The influence of ligand organization on the rate of uptake of gold nanoparticles by colorectal cancer cells  Torben Lunda,*, Martina F. Callaghana, Phil Williamsc, Mark Turmained, Christof Bachmannc, Tom Rademacherb,c, Ivan M. Roitta, Richard Bayforda  2011  Biomaterials  32, 9776-9784  ramdhan   
403  Intercomparison, interpretation, and assessment of spring phenology in North America estimated from remote sensing for 1982–2006  MICHAEL A. WHITE*, KIRSTEN M. D E BEURS w , KAMEL DIDANz, DAVID W. INOUYE§, ANDREW D. RICHARDSON}, OLAF P. JENSENk, JOHN O’KEEFE**, GONG ZHANG*, RAMAKRISHNA R. NEMANI w w , WILLEM J. D. VAN LEEUWENzz, JESSLYN F. BROWN§§, ALLARD D E WIT} }, MICHAEL SCHAEPMAN} }, XIOAMAO LINkk, MICHAEL DETTINGER***, AMEY S. BAILEYwww, JOHN KIMBALLzzz, MARK D. SCHWARTZ§§§, DENNIS D. BALDOCCHI }}}, JOHN T. LEEkkk and W I L L I A M K . L A U E N R O T H  2009  Global Change Biology  2009  Sunil Kumar   
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405  A cathepsin B-like cysteine protease gene from Hordeum vulgare (gene CatB) induced by GA in aleurone cells is under circadian control in leaves1  Manuel MartõÂnez, Ignacio Rubio-Somoza, Pilar Carbonero and Isabel DõÂaz2  2003  Journal of Experimental Botany  54, 951-959  Jai parkash   
406  Up-regulation of a cysteine protease accompanies the ethylene-insensitive senescence of daylily (Hemerocallis) flowers  Victoriano Valpuesta 1, Nathan E. Lange 2, Consuelo Guerrero ~ and Michael S. Reid 2,,  1995  Plant Molecular Biology  28, 575-582  Jai parkash   
407  Delivery of membrane impermeable cargo into CHO cells by peptide nanoparticles targeted by a protein corona  Christian Dittrich*, Christoph J. Burckhardt, Gaudenz Danuser  2012  Biomaterials 33 (2012) 2746e2753  33, 2746-2753  ramdhan   
408  A MAP kinase encoded by the ubc3 gene of Ustilago maydis is required for filamentous growth and full virulence.   Mayorga ME and Gold SE   1999  Mol Microbiol   34: 485-497  Karnika Thakur   
409  The Genetic Basis of Singlet Oxygen–Induced Stress Responses of Arabidopsis thaliana  Daniela Wagner,1*. Dominika Przybyla,1* Roel op den Camp,1 Chanhong Kim,1 Frank Landgraf,1 Keun Pyo Lee,1 Marco Wu¨rsch,1 Christophe Laloi,1 Mena Nater,1 Eva Hideg,2 Klaus Apel  2004  Science  306  Vivek Dogra   
410  Genetic variation and population structure of an isolate of Citrus exocortis viroid (CEVd) and of the progenies of two infectious sequence variants  M. Gand´ıa, L. Rubio, A. Palacio, and N. Duran-Vila  2005  Arch Virol  150: 1945–1957  Yashika Walia   
411  Evaluation of the potential of MODIS satellite data to predict vegetation phenology in different biomes: An investigation using ground-based NDVI measurements   G. Hmimina a , E. Dufrêne a , J.-Y. Pontailler a , N. Delpierre a , M. Aubinet b , B. Caquet d , A. de Grandcourt d , B. Burban e , C. Flechard f , A. Granier c , P. Gross c , B. Heinesch b , B. Longdoz c , C. Moureaux b , J.-M. Ourcival g , S. Rambal g , L. Saint André h , K. Soudani a,⁎  2013  Remote Sensing of Environment  132 (2013) 145–158  Sunil Kumar   
412  Host-directed processing of Citrus exocortis viroid  J. A. Szychowski, G. Vidalakis and J. S. Semancik  2005  Journal of General Virology  86, 473–477  Yashika Walia   
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415  Activity Profiling of Papain-Like Cysteine Proteases in Plants1  Renier A. L. van der Hoorn*, Michiel A. Leeuwenburgh, Matthew Bogyo, Matthieu H. A. J. Joosten, and Scott C. Peck  2004  Plant Physiology  135,1170-1178  Jai parkash   
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419  Direct Dehydrogenative Amide Synthesis from Alcohols and Amines Catalyzed by g-Alumina Supported Silver Cluster  Ken-ichi Shimizu, Keiichiro Ohshima, and Atsushi Satsuma  2009  Chem. Eur. J.  15, 9977 – 9980  Vishal Kumar   
420  Iridium-Catalyzed Conversion of Alcohols into Amides via Oximes  Nathan A. Owston, Alexandra J. Parker, and Jonathan M. J. Williams  2007  Organic Letters  9; 73-75  Vishal Kumar   
421  Metal-Free One-Pot Oxidative Amidation of Aldoses with Functionalized Amines  Ludovic Colombeau, Te´nin Traore, Philippe Compain, and Olivier R. Martin  2008  J. Org. Chem.  73, 8647–8650  Vishal Kumar   
422  Oxidative Amidation of Aldehydes and Alcohols with Primary Amines Catalyzed by KI-TBHP  K. Rajender Reddy, C. Uma Maheswari, M. Venkateshwar, and M. Lakshmi Kantam  2008  Eur. J. Org. Chem.  3619–3622  Vishal Kumar   
423  Nucleotide and Deduced Amino Acid Sequenocfe Human ThreonyltRNA Synthetase Reveals Extensive Homology to the Escherichia coli and Yeast Enzyme  Matt E. Cruzen and Stuart M. Arfin  1991  THEJ OURNALOF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY  Vol. 266, No. 15  Yashika Walia   
424  Exposure to ZnO nanoparticles induces oxidative stress and cytotoxicity in human colon carcinoma cells  Barbara De Berardis, Gabriele Civitelli, Maria Condello, Pasquale Lista, Roberta Pozzi, Giuseppe Arancia, Stefania Meschini  2010  Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology  246, 116–127  ramdhan   
425  Viroid RNA redirects host DNA ligase 1 to act as an RNA ligase  María-Ángeles Nohales, Ricardo Flores, and José-Antonio Daròs1  2012  PNAS  vol. 109 | no. 34 | 13805–13810  Yashika Walia   
426  Implication of Bemisia tabaci Heat Shock Protein 70 in Begomovirus- Whitefly Interactions  Monika Götz,a Smadar Popovski,b Mario Kollenberg,a Rena Gorovits,c Judith K. Brown,d Joseph M. Cicero,d Henryk Czosnek,c Stephan Winter,a and Murad Ghanimb  2012  JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY  Volume 86 Number 24  Yashika Walia   
427  Interactions of lipid-based liquid crystalline nanoparticles with model and cell membranes  Justas Barauskasa,∗, Camilla Cervinb, Marija Jankuneca, Marija ˇSpandyrevaa,c, Kristina Ribokaite˙ a,c, Fredrik Tibergb, Markus Johnssonb,∗∗  2010  International Journal of Pharmaceutics   391, 284–291  ramdhan   
428  High frequency plantlet regeneration from callus and artificial seed production of rock plant Pogonatherum paniceum (Lam.) Hack. (Poaceae)  Wen-Guo Wang, Sheng-Hua Wang *, Xiao-Ai Wu, Xing-Yu Jin, Fang Chen  2007  Scientia Horticulturae   113 196–201  RUPALI   
429  Cathepsin B-like protease from chili pepper revealed by in silico approach  Sanjog T. Thul1, Feroz Khan2, Suman P. S. Khanuja1,3  2011  Plant Omics Journal  4,120-125  Jai parkash   
430  Cloning and Expression of the Cathepsin F-like Cysteine Protease Gene in Escherichia coli and Its Characterization  Han Seung Joo3, Kwang Bon Koo1, Kyung In Park1, Song Hwan Bae4, Jong Won Yun2, Chung Soon Chang3, and Jang Won Choi1*  2007  The Journal of Microbiology  45:158-167  Jai parkash   
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433  Protein accumulation in leaves and roots associated with improved drought tolerance in creeping bentgrass expressing an ipt gene for cytokinin synthesis  Emily B. Merewitz, Thomas Gianfagna and Bingru Huang*  2011  Journal of Experimental Botany  1-23  Jai parkash   
434  Nuclear Targeting Dynamics of Gold Nanoclusters for Enhanced Therapy of HER2þ Breast Cancer  Yuling Wang, Jiji Chen, and Joseph Irudayaraj  2011  Acs Nano  12, 9718–9725  ramdhan   
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438  The Involvement of Cysteine Proteases and Protease Inhibitor Genes in the Regulation of Programmed Cell Death in Plants  Mazal Solomon,a,1 Beatrice Belenghi,a,1 Massimo Delledonne,b Ester Menachem,a and Alex Levinea,2  1999  The Plant Cell  11,431-443  Jai parkash   
439  Purification and characterization of cathepsin B-like cysteine protease from cotyledons of daikon radish, Raphanus sativus  Akihiko Tsuji, Yayoi Kikuchi, Kentaro Ogawa, Hiroko Saika, Keizo Yuasa and Masami Nagahama  2008  FEBS  275:5429-54  Jai parkash   
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442  Analysis of Peanut Leaf Proteome  Ramesh Katam,*,† Sheikh M. Basha,† Prashanth Suravajhala,‡,# and Tibor Pechan§,#  2010  Journal of Proteome Research  9, 2236–2254  Vivek Dogra   
443  Invasive, naturalized and casual alien plants in southern Africa: a summary based on the Southern African Plant Invaders Atlas (SAPIA)  L. HENDERSON*  2007  Bothalia  Bothalia 37,2: 215–248  Vikrant Jaryan   
444             
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446  Allelopathy and exotic plant invasion  Jos´e L. Hierro1,2,3 & Ragan M. Callaway1  2003  Plant and Soil  256: 29–39  Vikrant Jaryan   
447             
448  Complete genome sequence of a new begomovirus associated with yellow mosaic disease of Hemidesmus indicus in India  M. Sreekanth Reddy, S. Kanakala, K. P. Srinivas, M. Hema, V. G. Malathi, and P. Sreenivasulu  2014  Arch Virol   159 & 1223-1228  Aditya Kulshreshtha   
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451  Invasion and management of a woody plant, Lantana camara L., alters vegetation diversity within wet sclerophyll forest in southeastern Australia  Ben Gooden a,*, Kris French a,**, Peter J. Turner b  2009  Forest Ecology and Management  257: 960–967  Vikrant Jaryan   
452  Small RNAs containing the pathogenic determinant of a chloroplast-replicating viroid guide the degradation of a host mRNA as predicted by RNA silencing  Beatriz Navarro1, Andreas Gisel2, Maria Elena Rodio1, Sonia Delgado3, Ricardo Flores3,* and Francesco Di Serio1,*  2012  The Plant Journal  70, 991–1003  Yashika Walia   
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456  Rate-Accelerated Nonconventional Amide Synthesis in Water: A Practical Catalytic Aldol-Surrogate Reaction  Seung Hwan Cho and Sukbok Chang  2007  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed  46, 1897 –1900  Vishal Kumar   
457  A Long-Distance Translocatable Phloem Protein from Cucumber Forms a Ribonucleoprotein Complex In Vivo with Hop Stunt Viroid RNA†  Gustavo Go´mez and Vicente Palla´s*  2004  JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY  Vol. 78, No. 18  Yashika Walia   
458  Comparative proteomics analysis of proteins expressed in the I-1 and I-2 internodes of strawberry stolons  Xianping Fang1, Huasheng Ma1*, Dezhao Lu2, Hong Yu1, Wenguo Lai1 and Songlin Ruan1*  2011  Proteome Science  9:26  Jai parkash   
459  Umpolung reactivity in amide and peptide synthesis  Bo Shen, Dawn M. Makley & Jeffrey N. Johnston  2010  Nature  465; 1027-1033  Vishal Kumar   
460  Metal-Free One-Pot Oxidative Amination of Aldehydes to Amides  Kekeli Ekoue-Kovi and Christian Wolf  2007  Organic Letters  9, 3429-3432  Vishal Kumar   
461  Simple RuCl3-Catalyzed Amide Synthesis from Alcohols and Amines  Subhash Chandra Ghosh and Soon Hyeok Hong  2010  Eur. J. Org. Chem  4266–4270  Vishal Kumar   
462  Highly Efficient Oxidative Amidation of Aldehydes with Amine Hydrochloride Salts  Woo-Jin Yoo and Chao-Jun Li  2006  J. AM. CHEM. SOC. ,   128, 13064-13065  Vishal Kumar   
463  A Dual Strategy for the Suppression of Host Antiviral Silencing: Two Distinct Suppressors for Viral Replication and Viral Movement Encoded by Potato Virus M  Hiroko Senshu, Yasuyuki Yamaji, Nami Minato, Takuya Shiraishi, Kensaku Maejima, Masayoshi Hashimoto, Chihiro Miura, Yutaro Neriya, and Shigetou Namba  2011  JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY  Vol. 85, No. 19  Yashika Walia   
464  HSP70 and Its Cochaperone CPIP Promote Potyvirus Infection in Nicotiana benthamiana by Regulating Viral Coat Protein Functions  Anders Hafre´ n,a Daniel Hofius,b Gunilla Ro¨ nnholm,c Uwe Sonnewald,d and Kristiina Ma¨ kinena,1  2010  The Plant Cell  Vol. 22: 523–535  Yashika Walia   
465  Emergence of Greenhouse Whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum) Transmitted Criniviruses as Threats to Vegetable and Fruit Production in North America  William M. Wintermantel  2004  Feature Story  APSnet Features  Yashika Walia   
466  Recruitment of the Host Plant Heat Shock Protein 70 by Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus Coat Protein Is Required for Virus Infection  Rena Gorovits1*, Adi Moshe1, Murad Ghanim2, Henryk Czosnek1  2013  PLOS One  Volume 8 | Issue 7 | e70280  Yashika Walia   
467  Identification of Proteins from Prunus persica That Interact with Peach Latent Mosaic Viroid  Audrey Dube´, Martin Bisaillon, and Jean-Pierre Perreault*  2009  JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY  Vol. 83, No. 23  Yashika Walia   
468  The extrafascicular phloem is made for fighting  FrankGaupels1* and AndreaGhirardo2  2013  Frontiers in Plant Science  Volume4|Article187 | 1  Yashika Walia   
469  Proteomic Analysis of Responses to Drought Stress in Sunflower(Helianthus annuus) Leaves by 2DE Gel Electrophoresis and Mass Spectrometry   Mª Ángeles Castillejo 1, * , Ana Mª Maldonado 2 , Samuel Ogueta 3 and Jesús V. Jorrín  2008  The open proteomics journal  1, 59-71  Jai parkash   
470  Comparative proteomics analysis of differentially expressed proteins in chickpea extracellular matrix during dehydration stress.  Bhushan D1, Pandey A, Choudhary MK, Datta A, Chakraborty S, Chakraborty N.  2007  Molecular & Cellular Proteomics  6:1868–1884  Jai parkash   
471  An epigenetic change in rice cultivars under water stress conditions   K. K Suji and A. John Joel   2010  Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding  1: 1142-1143  Jai Parkash   
472  Drought stress responses in crops  Arun K. Shanker & M. Maheswari & S. K. Yadav & S. Desai & Divya Bhanu & Neha Bajaj Attal & B. Venkateswarlu  2014  Funct Integr Genomics  14:11–22  Jai parkash   
473  Effect of Soil Drought Stress on Leaf Water Status, Membrane Permeability and Enzymatic Antioxidant System of Maize  Li-Ping BAIa, E-mail the corresponding author, Fang-Gong SUIb, Ti-Da GEb, Zhao-Hui SUNb, Yin-Yan LUb, Guang-Sheng ZHOU  2006  Pedosphere  16, 326-332  Jai Parkash   
474  Effect of water stress on leaf relative water content, chlorophyll, proline and soluble carbohydrates in Matricaria chamomilla L.  Alireza Pirzad1 *, Mohammad Reza Shakiba2 , Saeed Zehtab-Salmasi2 , Seyed Abolghasem Mohammadi2 , Reza Darvishzadeh1 and Abbas Samadi  2011  Journal of Medicinal Plants Research  5,2483-2488  Jai Parkash   
475  Effect of Drought Stress on Photosynthetic Characteristics, Growth and Sugar Accumulation of Field-Grown Sweet Sorghum  A Massacci, A Battistelli and F Loreto   1996  Australian Journal of Plant Physiology  23, 331 - 340   Jai Parkash   
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477  Comparative proteomic analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana roots between wild type and its salt-tolerant mutant  Meili Guoa, Hua Lia, Lei Lib, Xuemei Chenga, Weixi Gaoa, Yulan Xua, Chunxi Zhouc, Fujun Liud & Xin Liud  2014  Journal of Plant Interactions  9, 330:337  Jai parkash   
478  A Proteomics Analysis of Drought Stress-Responsive Proteins as Biomarker for Drought-Tolerant Sugarcane Cultivars  Nisachon Jangpromma, Supansa Kitthaisong, Khomsorn Lomthaisong, Sakda Daduang, Prasit Jaisil and Sompong Thammasirirak  2010  American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology  6 : 89-102  Jai Parkash   
479  DROUGHT-INDUCED LEAF PROTEIN ALTERATIONS IN SENSITIVE AND TOLERANT WHEAT VARIETIES  K. Demirevska1*, L. Simova-Stoilova1 , V. Vassileva1 , I. Vaseva1 , B. Grigorova1 , U. Feller2  2008  Gen. Appl. plDrought induced  34 , 79-102  Jai Parkash   
480  Drought, Abscisic Acid and Transpiration Rate Effects on the Regulation of PIP Aquaporin Gene Expression and Abundance in Phaseolus vulgaris Plants  RICARDO AROCA, ANTONIO FERRANTE, [...], and MAARTEN J. CHRISPEELS  2008  Annals of Botany  98, 1301-1310  Jai Parkash   
481  Amidation of Saturated C-H Bonds Catalyzed by Electron-Deficient Ruthenium and Manganese Porphyrins. A Highly Catalytic Nitrogen Atom Transfer Process  Xiao-Qi Yu, Jie-Sheng Huang, Xiang-Ge Zhou, and Chi-Ming Che  2000  Organic Letters  2; 2233-2236  Vishal Kumar   
482  Characterization of a new Apple dimple fruit viroid variant that causes yellow dimple fruit formation in ‘Fuji’ apple trees  Ying-Hong He • Sayaka Isono • Yoko Kawaguchi-Ito • Akito Taneda • Ken-ichi Kondo • Akihiko Iijima • Kazuaki Tanaka • Teruo Sano  2010  J Gen Plant Pathol  76:324–330  Yashika Walia   
483  Chrysanthemum stunt viroid disturbs the photoperiodic response for flowering of chrysanthemum plants  Munetaka Hosokawa Æ Emi Ueda Æ Kazushi Ohishi Ayaka Otake Æ Susumu Yazawa  2004  Planta  220: 64–70  Yashika Walia   
484  C1A cysteine protease–cystatin interactions in leaf senescence  Mercedes Diaz-Mendoza, Blanca Velasco-Arroyo, Pablo Gonzalez-Melendi, Manuel Martinez and Isabel Diaz*  2014  Journal of Experimental Botany  1-9  Jai parkash   
485  Effect of Water Stress on Stomatal Conductance and Leaf Water Relations of Leaves Along Current-year Branches of Peach  SL Steinberg, MJ Mcfarland and JC Miller   1989  Australian Journal of Plant Physiology  16, 549 - 560   Jai Parkash   
486  Comparative proteomic analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana roots between wild type and its salt-tolerant mutant  Meili Guoa *, Hua Lia , Lei Lib , Xuemei Chenga , Weixi Gaoa , Yulan Xua , Chunxi Zhouc , Fujun Liud and Xin Liu  2014  Journal of Plant Interactions  9, 330-337  Jai Parkash   
487  Characterization of a Tomato Protein Kinase Gene Induced by Infection by Potato spindle tuber viroid  Rosemarie W. Hammond and Yan Zhao  2000  MPMI  Vol. 13, No. 9, 2000  Yashika Walia   
488  Characterization of gibberellin 20-oxidases in the citrus hybrid Carrizo citrange  LAURA HUERTA,1 ANDRES GARCIA-LOR1 and JOSE L. GARCIA-MARTINEZ1,2  2009  Tree Physiology  29, 569–577  Yashika Walia   
489  Expression of Spinach Ascorbate Peroxidase Isoenzymes in Response to Oxidative Stresses  Kazuya Yoshimura, Yukinori Yabuta, Takahiro Ishikawa2 and Shigeru Shigeoka   2000  Plant Physiology  123,, 223-233  Jai Parkash   
490  Effects of drought and salt stresses on growth, stomatal conductance, leaf water and osmotic potentials of melon genotypes (Cucumis melo L.)   Sebnem Kusvuran  2012  African Journal of Agricultural Research  7, 775-781  Jai Parkash   
491  Molecular characterization of Chilli leaf curl virus and satellite molecules associated with leaf curl disease of Amaranthus spp  B. George, R. Vinoth Kumar and S. Chakraborty  2014  Virus Genes  48 & 397-401  Aditya Kulshreshtha   
492  Cell wall adaptations to multiple environmental stresses in maize roots  Birgit Degenhardt and Hartmut Gimmler   2000  Journal of Experimental Botany  51, 595-603  Jai Parkash   
493  A Comparative Proteomic Analysis of Pinellia ternata Leaves Exposed to Heat Stress  Yunhao Zhu 1, Guosheng Zhu 2, Qiaosheng Guo 1,*, Zaibiao Zhu 1, Changlin Wang 1 and Zuoyi Liu  2013  Int. J. Mol. Sci.  14: 20614-20634  Jai parkash   
494  Proteomic Analysis of Rice Leaf Sheath during Drought Stress  Ghulam Muhammad Ali and Setsuko Komatsu   2006  journal of proteome research  5, 396-403  Jai parkash   
495  Identification of NaCl stress-responsive apoplastic proteins in rice shoot stems by 2D-DIGE  Song Y1, Zhang C, Ge W, Zhang Y, Burlingame AL, Guo Y  2011  Journal of proteomics   74, 1045-1067  Jai Parkash   
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497  EFFECTS OF TREE CROWN STRUCTURE ON BIOMASS OF THE EPIPHYTIC FERN POLYPODIUM SCOULERI (POLYPODIACEAE) IN REDWOOD FORESTS  STEPHEN C. SILLETT2 AND MARK G. BAILEY  2003  American Journal of Botany  90(2): 255–261  Alpy   
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499  Factors Affecting the Levels of Tea Polyphenols and Caffeine in Tea Leaves http://www.getaheadofthegames.com/best-hotel-games  YUNG-SHENG LIN, YAO-JEN TSAI, JYH-SHYAN TSAY, AND JEN-KUN LIN  2003  J. Agric. Food Chem.  51, 1864-1873  eshita Sharma   
500  A Brief Review of Molecular Techniques to Assess Plant Diversity  Ibrahim A. Arif, Mohammad A. Bakir, Haseeb A. Khan *, Ahmad H. Al Farhan,Ali A. Al Homaidan, Ali H. Bahkali, Mohammad Al Sadoon and Mohammad Shobrak  2010  Int. J. Mol. Sci.  11, 2079-2096  Vikrant Jaryan   
501  Founding events in species invasions: genetic variation, adaptive evolution, and the role of multiple introductions  K. M. DLUGOSCH and I. M. PARKER  2008  Molecular Ecology  17, 431–449  Vikrant Jaryan   
502  Studies in Systematic Bark Morphology  Whitmore TC   1962  New Phytologist  61 (2) 191-207  Alpy   
503  L-Theanine: properties, synthesis and isolation from tea www.getaheadofthegames.com/best-spongebob-games  Quan V Vuong, Michael C Bowyer and Paul D Roach  2011  Society of Chemical Industry  10.1002/jsfa.4373  eshita Sharma   
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505  Conservation of epiphytes : Single large or several small host trees?  Fride Høistad Scheia,Hans H. Bloma, Ivar Gjerdea, John-Arvid Grytnesb, Einar Heegaarda and Magne Sætersdala  2013  Biological Conservation  (168) 144-151  Alpy   
506  A meta-analysis of trait differences between invasive and non-invasive plant species  Mark van Kleunen,* Ewald Weber1 and Markus Fischer  2010  Ecology Letters  13: 235–245  Vikrant Jaryan   
507  Study on the antioxidant activity of tea flowers (Camellia sinensis) getaheadofthegames.com/best-farm-games  Ziying Yang , Yi Xu , Guoliang Jie , Puming He and Youying Tu   2007  Asia Pac J Clin Nutr  16 (Suppl 1):148-152  eshita Sharma   
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510  Novel and Direct Transformation of Methyl Ketones or Carbinols to Primary Amides by Employing Aqueous Ammonia  Liping Cao,† Jiaoyang Ding,† Meng Gao,† Zihua Wang,† Juan Li,† and Anxin Wu  2009  Organic Letters  11, 3810-3813  Vishal Kumar   
511  Dirhodium(II) tetrakis[N-tetrachlorophthaloyl-(S)-tert-leucinate]:a new chiral Rh(II) catalyst for enantioselective amidation of CH bonds  Minoru Yamawaki, Hideyuki Tsutsui, Shinji Kitagaki, Masahiro Anada and Shunichi Hashimoto  2002  Tetrahedron Letters  43; 9561–9564  Vishal Kumar   
512  Nucleophilic Carbene and HOAt Relay Catalysis in an Amide Bond Coupling: An Orthogonal Peptide Bond Forming Reaction  Harit U. Vora and Tomislav Rovis  2007  J. AM. CHEM. SOC. ,   129, 13796-13797  Vishal Kumar   
513  Biological invasions as disruptors of plant reproductive mutualisms  Anna Traveset1 and David M. Richardson2  2006  TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution  Vol.21 No.4: 208-216  Vikrant Jaryan   
514  Mapping Chinese Tallow with Color-Infrared Photography  Elljah W. Ramsey Ill, Gene A. Nelson, Sljan K. Sapkota, Eric B. Seeger, and Kristine D. Martella  2002  Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing  VOL 68 , NO. 3,  Vikrnt Jaryan   
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518  Mild Amidation of Aldehydes with Amines Mediated by Lanthanide Catalysts  SungYong Seo and Tobin J. Marks  2008  Organic Letters  10, 317-319  Vishal Kumar   
519  Metalloporphyrin-Mediated Asymmetric Nitrogen-Atom Transfer to Hydrocarbons: Aziridination of Alkenes and Amidation of Saturated CH Bonds Catalyzed by Chiral Ruthenium and Manganese Porphyrins  Jiang-Lin Liang, Jie-Sheng Huang, Xiao-Qi Yu, Nianyong Zhu, and Chi-Ming Che  2002  Chem. Eur. J.   8; 1563-1572  Vishal Kumar   
520  Oxidative Amidation and Azidation of Aldehydes by NHC Catalysis  Suman De Sarkar and Armido Studer  2010  Organic Letters  12, 1992-1995  Vishal Kumar   
521  Highly Efficient Ruthenium(II) Porphyrin Catalyzed Amidation of Aldehydes  Joyce Wei Wei Chang and Philip Wai Hong Chan  2008  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. ,   47, 1138 –1140  Vishal Kumar   
522  Coleus blumei viroid 6: a new tentative member of the genus Coleviroid derived from natural genome shuffling  Wan-Ying Hou Æ Shi-Fang Li Æ Zu-Jian Wu Æ Dong-Mei Jiang Æ Teruo Sano  2009  Arch Virol  154:993–997  Yashika Walia   
523  Changes in the root proteome of Triticosecale grains germinating under osmotic stress  Joanna Gre˛bosz • Anna Badowiec • Stanisław Weidner  2014  Acta Physiol Plant  36:825–835  Jai Parkash   
524  Systems Approaches to Identifying Gene Regulatory Networks in Plants  Terri A. Long,1,2,∗ Siobhan M. Brady,1,2,∗ and Philip N. Benfey1,2  2008  The Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology  24:81–103  Vivek Dogra   
525  Highly Diastereo- and Enantioselective Intramolecular Amidation of Saturated CH Bonds Catalyzed by Ruthenium Porphyrins  Jiang-Lin Liang, Shi-Xue Yuan, Jie-Sheng Huang, Wing-Yiu Yu, and Chi-Ming Che  2002  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   41; 3465-3468  Vishal Kumar   
526  Silver-Catalyzed Intermolecular Amination of CH Groups  Zigang Li, D. A. Capretto, R. Rahaman, and Chuan He  2007  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  46, 5184 –5186  Vishal Kumar   
527  Terpyridine Ruthenium-Catalyzed One-Pot Conversion of Aldehydes into Amides  Dinakar Gnanamgari and Robert H. Crabtree  2009  Organometallics   28, 922–924  Vishal Kumar   
528  Amidation of Unfunctionalized Hydrocarbons Catalyzed by Ruthenium Cyclic Amine or Bipyridine Complexes  Sze-Man Au, Jie-Sheng Huang, Chi-Ming Che, and Wing-Yiu Yu  2000  J. Org. Chem.   65, 7858-7864  Vishal Kumar   
529  Acyl Transfer Catalysis with 1,2,4-Triazole Anion  Xing Yang and Vladimir B. Birman  2009  Organic Letters  11, 1499-1502  Vishal Kumar   
530  Ecology and genetics of tree invasions: from recent introductions to Quaternary migrations  Re´my J. Petita,*, Ronald Bialozyta,b, Pauline Garnier-Ge´re´a, Arndt Hampec  2004  Forest Ecology and Management  197 : 117–137  Vikrant Jaryan   
531  Microwave-Promoted Aminocarbonylation of Aryl Iodides, Aryl Bromides, and Aryl Chlorides in Water  Xiongyu Wu, Jenny K. Ekegren, and Mats Larhed  2006  Organometallics   25, 1434-1439  Vishal Kumar   
532  Evolution in invasive plants: implications for biological control  Heinz Mu¨ ller-Scha¨ rer1, Urs Schaffner1,2 and Thomas Steinger1  2004  TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution  Vol.19 No.8; 418-422  Vikrant Jaryan   
533  Seed Dispersal of the Chinese Tallow Tree (Sapium sebiferum (L.) Roxb.) by Birds in Coastal South Carolina  IAN J. RENNE, SIDNEY A. GAUTHREAUX JR., CHARLES A. GRESHAM  2000  Am. Midl. Nat.   144:202–215  Vikrant Jaryan   
534  Plasticity of Sapium sebiferum seedling growthtolight and waterresources:Inter-andintraspecificcomparisons  Jianwen Zoua,b,, WilliamE.Rogersa,c, EvanSiemanna  2009  Basic andAppliedEcology  10: 79–88  Vikrant Jaryan   
535  Specificity of extrafloral nectar induction by herbivores differs among native and invasive populations of tallow tree  YiWang1,2, Juli Carrillo3, Evan Siemann3, Gregory S. Wheeler4, Lin Zhu1,5, XueGu1,2 and Jianqing Ding1,*  2013  Annals of Botany  doi:10.1093/aob/mct129,  Vikrant Jaryan   
536  Foliar herbivory and its effects on plant growth in native and exotic species in the Patagonian steppe  Gabriela Ine´ s Pirk • Alejandro G. Farji-Brener  2012  Ecol Res   27: 903–912  Vikrant Jaryan   
537  Plasticity of Sapium sebiferum seedling growthtolight and waterresources:Inter-andintraspecificcomparisons  Jianwen Zoua,b,, WilliamE.Rogersa,c, EvanSiemanna  2009  Basic andAppliedEcology  10: 79–88  Vikrant Jaryan   
538  Effects of native vegetation on invasion success of Chinese tallow in a floating marsh ecosystem  Loretta L. Battaglia, Julie S. Denslow, Jason R. Inczauskis and Sara G. Baer  2009  Journal of Ecology  97: 239-246  Vikrant Jaryan   
539  Predicted range expansion of Chinese tallow tree (Triadica sebifera) in forestlands of the southern United States  Hsiao-Hsuan Wang1*, William E. Grant1, Todd M. Swannack1, JianbangGan2, William E. Rogers2, Tomasz E. Koralewski3, James H. Miller4 and JohnW. Taylor Jr5  2011  Diversity and Distributions  17, 552–565  Vikrant Jaryan   
540  The eVect of Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum) ecotype on soil–plant system carbon and nitrogen processes  Jianwen Zou · William E. Rogers · Saara J. DeWalt ·Evan Siemann  2006  Oecologia   150:272–281  Vikrant Jaryan   
541  Transgenic Nicotiana occidentalis Plants Expressing the 50-kDa Protein of Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus Display Increased Susceptibility to Homologous Virus, but Strong Resistance to Grapevine berry inner necrosis virus  N. Yoshikawa, S. Gotoh, M. Umezawa, N. Satoh, H. Satoh, T. Takahashi, T. Ito, and K. Yoshida  2000  Phytopathology  Vol. 90, No. 3, 311  Rahul Mohan Singh   
542  Transgenic banana plants overexpressing a native plasmamembrane aquaporin MusaPIP1;2 display high tolerance levels to different abiotic stresses  Shareena Sreedharan†, Upendra K. S. Shekhawat† and Thumballi R. Ganapathi  2013  Plant Biotechnology Journal   942–952  Amrina shafi   
543  Tobacco as a production platform for biofuel overexpression of Arabidopsis DGAT and LEC2 genes increases accumulation and shifts the composition of lipids in green biomass  Vyacheslav Andrianov1, Nikolai Borisjuk1, Natalia Pogrebnyak, Anita Brinker, Joseph Dixon  2010  Journal of Biotechnology  277–287  Amrina shafi   
544  Hydrogen peroxide, nitric oxide and cytosolic ascorbate peroxidase at the crossroad between defence and cell death  Maria Concetta de Pinto1, Annalisa Paradiso1, Paola Leonetti2 and Laura De Gara  2006  The Plant Journal   784–795  Amrina shafi   
545  The Last Step of Syringyl Monolignol Biosynthesis inAngiosperms Is Regulated by a Novel Gene Encoding Sinapyl Alcohol Dehydrogenase  Laigeng Li, a Xiao Fei Cheng, a Jacqueline Leshkevich, a Toshiaki Umezawa, a,b Scott A. Harding, a and Vincent L. Chiang a,1  2001  The Plant Cell  1567–1585  Amrina shafi   
546  Saline Stress Alters the Temporal Patterns of Xylem Differentiation and Alternative Oxidase Expression in Developing Soybean Roots  Mirna Hilal, Ana M. Zenoff, Graciela Ponessa, Hortensia Moreno, and Eddy M. Massa  1998  Plant Physiology  695–701  Amrina shafi   
547  Cell Wall Damage-Induced Lignin Biosynthesis Is Regulated by a Reactive Oxygen Species- and Jasmonic Acid-Dependent Process in Arabidopsis  Lucinda Denness2, Joseph Francis McKenna, Cecile Segonzac, Alexandra Wormit, Priya Madhou, Mark Bennett, John Mansfield, Cyril Zipfel, and Thorsten Hamann  2011  Plant Physiology  1364–1374  Amrina shafi   
548             
549             
550  Ectopic expression of Arabidopsis glutaredoxin AtGRXS17 enhances thermotolerance in tomato  Qingyu Wu1, Julie Lin2, Jian-Zhong Liu3,†, Xiaofei Wang1, Wansang Lim1, Myungmin Oh1,, Jungeun Park1, C. B. Rajashekar1, Steven A. Whitham3, Ning-Hui Cheng2,*, Kendal D. Hirschi2 and Sunghun Park  2012  Plant Biotechnology Journal   945–955  Amrina shafi   
551  Temperature Effect on Skin Adhesion, Cell Wall Enzyme Activity, Lignin Content, Anthocyanins, Growth Parameters, and Periderm Histochemistry of Sweetpotato  Lucia E. Villavicencio, Sylvia M. Blankenship1, and G. Craig Yencho  2007  J. AMER. SOC. HORT. SCI.  729–738  Amrina shafi   
552  Glutathione Peroxidase Regulation of Reactive Oxygen Species Level is Crucial for In Vitro Plant Differentiation  Zehava Faltin 1 , Doron Holland 1 , Margarita Velcheva 2 , Marina Tsapovetsky 1 , Patricia Roeckel-Drevet 3 , Avtar K. Handa 4 , Mohamad Abu-Abied 1 , Miriam Friedman-Einat 5 , Yuval Eshdat 1 , 6 , ∗ and Avihai Perl  2010  Plant Cell Physiol  1151–1162  Amrina shafi   
553  Transcriptomic and Physiological Variations of Three Arabidopsis Ecotypes in Response to Salt Stress  Yanping Wang1, Li Yang1,2, Zhimin Zheng3, Rebecca Grumet4, Wayne Loescher4, Jian-Kang Zhu  2013  PLOS ONE  e69036  Amrina shafi   
554             
555  Cell-Fate Switch of Synergid to Egg Cell in Arabidopsis eostre Mutant Embryo Sacs Arises from Misexpression of the BEL1-Like Homeodomain Gene BLH1  Gabriela Carolina Pagnussat,a Hee-Ju Yu,a, and Venkatesan Sundaresan a,b,  2007  The Plant Cell  19: 3578–3592  Sunil Kumar Singh   
556  The allene oxide cyclase family of Arabidopsis thaliana – localization and cyclization  Florian Schaller, Stephan Pollmann, Philipp Zerbe, Steffen Reinbothe, Christiane Reinbothe, Eckhard Hofmann  2008  FEBS Journal   275 :2428–2441  Shammi Bhatti   
557             
558  A high-throughput virus-induced gene silencing protocol identifies genes involved in multi-stress tolerance  Venkategowda Ramegowda, Muthappa Senthil-kumar, Makarla Udayakumar and Kirankumar S Mysore  2013  BMC Plant Biology  13:193  Reenu kumari   
559  Plant Species Diversity along an Altitudinal Gradient of Bhabha Valley in Western Himalaya  Amit Chawla, S. Rajkumar, K.N. Singh, Brij Lal, and R.D. Singh  2008  J. Mt. Sci.  5: 157–177  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
560  Spatial and environmental determinants of vascular plant species richness distribution in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands  JORGE M. LOBO, ISABEL CASTRO, JUAN CARLOS MORENO  2001  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society  73: 233–253  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
561  Chemical and Physical Characteristics of Several Wild Rose Species Used as Food or Food Ingredient  Alejandra Mabellinia, Elisabeth Ohacoa, Mónica Roselva Ochoaa, Alicia Graciela Kesselera, Carlos Alberto Márqueza, Antonio De Michelis  2011  International Journal of Industrial Chemistry  Vol. 2, No. 3,158-171  eshita Sharma   
562             
563  GhWRKY39, a member of the WRKY transcription factor family in cotton, has a positive role in disease resistance and salt stress tolerance  Weina Shi • Dongdong Liu • Lili Hao • Chang-ai Wu • Xingqi Guo • Han Li  2014  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult  Volume 118, Issue 1, pp 17-32  Reenu kumari   
564  A thaumatin-like gene in nonclimacteric pepper fruits used as molecular marker in probing disease resistance, ripening, and sugar accumulation  Young Soon Kim, Jung Yoon Park, Kwang Sang Kim, Moon Kyung Ko, Soo Jin Cheong and Boung-Jun Oh  2002  Plant Molecular Biology   49:125–135  Karan Acharya   
565  Characterization of the Phytochemical Constituents of Taif Rose and Its Antioxidant and Anticancer Activities  El-Sayed S. Abdel-Hameed, Salih A. Bazaid, and Mahmood S. Salman  2013  BioMed Research International  Article ID 345465, 13 pages  eshita Sharma   
566  A Leaf Lipoxygenase of Potato Induced Specifically by Pathogen Infection  Michael V. Kolomiets, Hao Chen, Richard J. Gladon, E.J. Braun, and David J. Hannapel  2000  Plant Physiology,   Vol. 124, pp. 1121–1130,  Karan Acharya   
567  Characterization of genes for novel thaumatin-like proteins in Cryptomeria japonica  NORIHIRO FUTAMURA, NAOKI TANI, YOSHIHIKO TSUMURA, NOBUYOSHI NAKAJIMA, 4 MASAHIKO SAKAGUCHI5 and KENJI SHINOHARA1  2005  Tree Physiology   26, 51–62  Karan Acharya   
568  Evaluation of the Antimicrobial Activities of Plant Oxylipins Supports Their Involvement in Defense against Pathogens  Isabelle Prost2, Sandrine Dhondt2, Grit Rothe, Jorge Vicente, Maria Jose´ Rodriguez, Neil Kift,  2005  Plant Physiology  139; 1902–1913  Karan Acharya   
569  The incompatible interaction between Phytophthora parasitica var. nicotianae race 0 and tobacco is suppressed in transgenic plants expressing antisense lipoxygenase sequences  IANN RANCE´, JOE¨LLE FOURNIER, AND MARIE-THE´RE`SE ESQUERRE´-TUGAYE´  1998  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  95:6554–6559  Karan Acharya   
570  Rapid Stimulation of 5-Lipoxygenase Activity in Potato by the Fungal Elicitor Arachidonic Acid  Richard M. Bostock*, Hiroyuki Yamamoto, Doil Choi, Karin E. Ricker2, and Bernard L. Ward  1992  Plant Physiol.  100, 1448-1456  Karan Acharya   
571  Gradual Soil Water Depletion Results in Reversible Changes of Gene Expression, Protein Profiles, Ecophysiology, and Growth Performance in Populus euphratica, a Poplar Growing in Arid Regions1  Marie-Be´atrice Bogeat-Triboulot2*, Mikael Brosche´2, Jenny Renaut2, Laurent Jouve2, Didier Le Thiec,  2007  Plant Physiology, ,   143, pp. 876–892  Karan Acharya   
572  A chalcone synthase-like gene is highly expressed in the tapetum of both wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and triticale (3 Triticosecale Wittmack)  Shaobo Wu, Stephen J. B. O’Leary, Steve Gleddie, Franc¸ois Eudes, Andre Laroche, Laurian S. Robert  2008  Plant Cell Report  27: 1441-1449  Sunil Kumar Singh   
573             
574  Proteomic characterization of copper stress response in Cannabis sativa roots  Elisa Bona, Francesco Marsano, Maria Cavaletto* and Graziella Berta  2007  Proteomics  7, 1121–1130  Jai Parkash   
575             
576  A statistical explanation of MaxEnt for ecologists  Jane Elith1*, Steven J. Phillips2, Trevor Hastie3, Miroslav Dudı´k4, Yung En Chee1 and Colin J. Yates  2010  Diversity and Distributions  1–15  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
577  Maxent modeling for predicting suitable habitat for threatened and endangered tree Canacomyrica monticola in New Caledonia  Sunil Kumar1* and Thomas J. Stohlgren2  2009  Journal of Ecology and Natural Environment  Vol. 1(4), pp. 094-098  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
578  Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Measuring beta diversity for presence–absence data  PATRICIA KOLEFF1 2, KEVIN J. GASTON 1 and JACK J. LENNON 3  2003  Journal of Animal Ecology  72 , 367–382  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
579  Navigating the multiple meanings of b diversity: a roadmap for the practicing ecologist  Marti J. Anderson,1* Thomas O. Crist,2 Jonathan M. Chase,3 Mark Vellend,4 Brian D. Inouye,5 Amy L. Freestone,6 Nathan J. Sanders,7 Howard V. Cornell,8 Liza S. Comita,9 Kendi F. Davies,10 Susan P. Harrison,8 Nathan J. B. Kraft,11 James C. Stegen12 and Nathan G. Swenson13  2011  Ecology Letters  14: 19–28  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
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581  Effects of Water Stress on the Protective Enzyme Activities and Lipid Peroxidation in Roots and Leaves of Summer Maize  GE Ti-da 1 , SUI Fang-gong 1 , BAI Li-ping 2 , LU Yin-yan 1 and ZHOU Guang-sheng  2006  Agricultural Sciences in China  5, 101-105  Jai parkash   
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583             
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586  VEGETATION OF THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS  R. H. WHITTAKER  1956  Ecological Monographs  Vol. 26, No. 1.pp. 1-80.  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
587  Maximum entropy modeling of species geographic distributions  Steven J. Phillipsa,∗, Robert P. Andersonb,c, Robert E. Schapired  2006  Ecological Modelling  190; 231–259  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
588             
589             
590  Effect of Ethylene Pathway Mutations upon Expression of the Ethylene Receptor ETR1 from Arabidopsis1  Xue-Chu Zhao, Xiang Qu, Dennis E. Mathews, and G. Eric Schaller  2002  Plant Physiology  130, pp. 1983–1991  Karan Acharya   
591  Endogenous auxin lev el is a critical determinant for in v itro adv entitious shoot regeneration in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)  A.K. Pal and K. Acharya and P.S. Ahuja  2012  Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology  DOI 10.1007/s13562-011-0092-z  Karan Acharya   
592  Expression of sweet pepper Hrap gene in banana enhances resistance to Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum  LEENA TRIPATHI, HENRY MWAKA, JAINDRA NATH TRIPATHI AND WILBERFORCE KATEERA TUSHEMEREIRW  2010  MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY  11(6): 721–731  Karan Acharya   
593  Evaluation of the Antimicrobial Activities of Plant Oxylipins Supports Their Involvement in Defense against Pathogens  Isabelle Prost, Sandrine Dhondt, Grit Rothe, Jorge Vicente, Maria Jose´ Rodriguez, Neil Kift,  2005  Plant Physiology,   139:1902–1913  Karan Acharya   
594  Overexpression of defense response genes in transgenic wheat enhances resistance to Fusarium head blight  Caroline A. Mackintosh · Janet Lewis · Lorien E. Radmer · Sanghyun Shin ·  2007  Plant Cell Rep   26:479–488  Karan Acharya   
595  Proteomic analysis of rice leaves during drought stress and recovery  Gh. Hosseini Salekdeh 1 Joel Siopongco 1 Leonard J. Wade 1 * Behzad Ghareyazie 2 John Bennett 1  2002  Proteomics  2, 1131-1145  Jai parkash   
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598  Beta diversity metrics and the estimation of niche width via species co-occurrence data: reply to Zeleny  Michael Manthey 1 * and Jason D. Fridley 2  2009  Journal of Ecology  97 , 18–22  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
599  Use of Maximum Entropy Modeling in Wildlife Research  Roger A. Baldwin  2009  Entropy  11, 854-866  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
600  Effects of selective logging on vasculer epiphyte diversity in a moist lowland forest of Eastern Himalaya, India  R. padmawathe, Q. Qureshi, G.S. Rawat*  2004  Biological Conservation  119: 81-92  Alpy   
601  Combined use of d13C, d18O and d15N tracks nitrogen metabolism and genotypic adaptation of durum wheat to salinity and water deficit  Salima Yousfi1 , Maria Dolores Serret1 , Antonio Jose´ Ma´rquez2 , Jordi Voltas3 and Jose´ Luis Araus1,4  2012  New Phytologist  194: 230–244  Jai Parkash   
602  Epiphyte host preferences and host traits: mechanisms for species-specific interactions  Ragan M. Callaway, Kurt O. Reinhart, Georgianne W. Moore, Darrin J. Moore, Steven C. Pennings   2002  Oecologia  132:221–230  Alpy   
603             
604  Proteomics of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) seed dormancy breaking: Influence of abscisic and gibberellic acids  Tomasz Andrzej Pawłowski  2007  Proteomics  7, 2246–2257  Vivek Dogra   
605  Regulation of a Wheat Actin-Depolymerizing Factor during Cold Acclimation  François Ouellet,2,3 Éric Carpentier,2,4 M. Jamie T.V. Cope, Antonio F. Monroy,5 and Fathey Sarhan*  2001  Plant Physiol  125: 360–368  Jai parkash   
606             
607             
608  Beta diversity for functional ecology  Carlo R i c o t t a & Sabina B u r r a s c a n o  2008  Preslia  80: 61–71  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
609             
610  Identification of genes expressed in response to acid stress in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 using DNA microarrays  Hisataka Ohta1,2, Yousuke Shibata1 , Youhei Haseyama1 , Yuka Yoshino1 , Takehiro Suzuki1 , Tsuyoshi Kagasawa1 , Ayako Kamei3 , Masahiko Ikeuchi3 & Isao Enami  2005  Photosynthesis Research  84: 225–230  Jai Parkash   
611  The importance of cytosolic glutamine synthetase in nitrogen assimilation and recycling.  Stéphanie M. Bernard1 and Dimah Z. Habash2  2009  New Phytologist  182: 608–620  Jai Parkash   
612             
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615  Measuring beta diversity with presence-absence data  M.V. Wilson* and A. Shmida  1984  Ecology Letters  72, 1055-1064  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
616  SEED DORMANCY IN HIGH ELEVATION PLANTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ECOLOGY AND RESTORATION  Thomas N. Kaye  1997  Alpine Biology  115-120  Vivek Dogra   
617  Influence of 2,4-D, TIBA and 3,5-D on the growth response of cultured maize embryos  F.B.F. Bronsema, W.J.F. van Oostveen & A.A.M. van Lammeren  2001  Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture .  65: 45–56  Karan Acharya   
618  Direct shoot organogenesis on shoot apex from seedling explants of Capsicum annuum L.  Vinod Kumar, H.B. Gururaj, B.C. Narasimha Prasad,  2005  Scientia Horticulturae   106:237–246  Karan Acharya   
619  Proteomics-based dissection of stress-responsive pathways in plants  M. Irfan Qureshia, S. Qadirb, Lello Zollaa,  2007  Journal of Plant Physiology  164, 1239—1260  Vivek Dogra   
620  Effects of Drought Stress on Growth and Yield of Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Cultivars and Accumulation of Proline and Soluble Sugars in Sheath and Blades of Their Different Ages Leaves  A. Mostajeran and V. Rahimi-Eichi  2009  American-Eurasian J. Agric. & Environ. Sci.  5 (2): 264-272  Karan Acharya   
621  High throughput metabolome and proteome analysis of transgenic rice plants (Oryza sativa L.)  Hideyuki Takahashi1, Yuji Hotta1, Mitsunori Hayashi1, Maki Kawai-Yamada1, Setsuko Komatsu2, Hirofumi Uchimiya1*  2005  Plant Biotechnology   22, 47–50  Vivek Dogra   
622  Characterization of Susceptibility and Resistance Responses to Potato Cyst Nematode (Globodera spp.) Infection of Tomato Lines in the Absence and Presence of the Broad-Spectrum Nematode Resistance Hero Gene  Miroslaw Sobczak, Anna Avrova, Justyna Jupowicz, Mark S. Phillips,1 Karin Ernst,3 Amar Kumar1  2005  MPMI   18 (2) pp. 158–168.  Karan Acharya   
623  Cold and Light Control Seed Germination through the bHLH Transcription Factor SPATULA  Steven Penfield,1 Eve-Marie Josse,2 Rubini Kannangara,1 Alison D. Gilday,1 Karen J. Halliday,2 and Ian A. Graham1,*  2005  Current Biology  15, 1998–2006  Vivek Dogra   
624             
625  Propagation and conservation of Podophyllum hexandrum Royle: an important medicinal herb  M. Nadeem, L.M.S. Palni*, A.N. Purohit1, H. Pandey, S.K. Nandi  2000  Biological Conservation  92, 121-129  Vivek Dogra   
626  Mayapple A review of the literature from a horticultural perspective  Muhammad Maqbool  2011  Journal of Medicinal Plants Research  5, 1037-1045  Vivek Dogra   
627  Comparative study of promoter activity of three anther-specific genes encoding lipid transfer protein, xyloglucan endotransglucosylase/hydrolase and polygalacturonase in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana  T. Ariizumi, M. Amagai, D. Shibata, K. Hatakeyama, M. Watanabe, K. Toriyama  2002  Plant cell reports  21: 90-96  Sunil Kumar Singh   
628  Transcription of potato spindle tuber viroid by RNA polymerase II starts in the left terminal loop  Nadine Kolonko, Oliver Bannach, Katja Aschermann, Kang-Hong Hu, Michaela Moors, Michael Schmitz, Gerhard Steger, Detlev Riesner  2006  Virology  347 (2006) 392 – 404  Yashika Walia   
629  Direct Role of a Viroid RNA Motif in Mediating Directional RNA Trafficking across a Specific Cellular Boundary  Yijun Qi,a Thierry Pe´ lissier,b Asuka Itaya,a Elizabeth Hunt,a Michael Wassenegger,c and Biao Dinga,1  2004  The Plant Cell  Vol. 16, 1741–1752  Yashika Walia   
630  A Silver-Catalyzed Intramolecular Amidation of Saturated CH Bonds  Yong Cui and Chuan He  2004  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   43, 4210 –4212  Vishal Kumar   
631  General and Efficient Copper-Catalyzed Amidation of Saturated C-H Bonds Using N-Halosuccinimides as the Oxidants  Xiaowei Liu, Yongming Zhang, Long Wang, Hua Fu, Yuyang Jiang, and Yufen Zhao  2008  J. Org. Chem.  73, 6207–6212  Vishal Kumar   
632  Catalytic Transamidation under Moderate Conditions  Sarah E. Eldred, David A. Stone, Samuel H. Gellman,* and Shannon S. Stahl  2003  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.   125, 3422-3423  Vishal Kumar   
633  Efficient Intermolecular Iron-Catalyzed Amidation of C-H Bonds in the Presence of N-Bromosuccinimide  Zhe Wang, Yongming Zhang, Hua Fu, Yuyang Jiang and Yufen Zhao  2008  Organic Letters  10; 1863-1866  Vishal Kumar   
634  Asymmetric synthesis of a-aminoamides by Pd-catalyzed double carbohydroamination  Perli Nanayakkara and Howard Alper  2003  CHEM. COMMUN.   2384–2385  Vishal Kumar   
635  Viroid: A Useful Model for Studying the Basic Principles of Infection and RNA Biology  Biao Ding,1,2,3 and Asuka Itaya1  2007  MPMI  Vol. 20, No. 1,  Yashika Walia   
636  Putative sugarcane FT/TFL1 genes delay flowering time and alter reproductive architecture in Arabidopsis  Carla P Coelho1,2, Mark AA Minow2, Antonio Chalfun-Junior1 and Joseph Colasanti2  2014  Frontiers in Plant Science  2014: 00221  Sunil Kumar Singh   
637  Deep Sequencing of the Small RNAs Derived from Two Symptomatic Variants of a Chloroplastic Viroid: Implications for Their Genesis and for Pathogenesis  Francesco Di Serio1, Andreas Gisel2, Beatriz Navarro1, Sonia Delgado3, A´ ngel-Emilio Martı´nez de Alba3, Giacinto Donvito4, Ricardo Flores3*  2009  PLOS One  Volume 4 | Issue 10 | e7539  Yashika Walia   
638  Increasing Rates and Scope of Reactions: Sluggish Amines in Microwave-Heated Aminocarbonylation Reactions under Air  Johan Wannberg and Mats Larhed  2003  J. Org. Chem.   68, 5750-5753  Vishal Kumar   
639  The Dormancy Mechanism and Bioactivity of Hydroquinone Extracted from Podophyllum hexandrum Royle Seed  Meng-fei Li*, Wei Li, De-long Yang, Ping Sun  2009  Electronic Journal of Biology  5(1), 11-16  Vivek Dogra   
640  Cloning and characterization of a DEAD box RNA helicase from the viable seedlings of aged mung bean  Sing-Chung Li1, Mei-Chu Chung2 and Ching-San Chen1,2,∗  2001  Plant Molecular Biology  47, 761-770  Vivek Dogra   
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642  Chalcones from the Flowers of Rosa Rugosa and Their Anti-tobacco Mosaic Virus Activities  Gang Du Jing-Mei Han, Wei-Song Kong, Wei Zhao, Hai-Ying Yang, Guang-Yu Yang, Xue-Mei Gao,and Qiu-Fen Hu  2013  Bull. Korean Chem. Soc  Vol. 34, No. 4 1263  eshita Sharma   
643  Reproductive and Competitive Interactions Among Gametophytes of the Allotetraploid Fern Dryopteris corleyi and its Two Diploid Parents  ARES JIME´ NEZ1,*, LUIS G. QUINTANILLA1 , SANTIAGO PAJARO ´ N2 and EMILIA PANGUA2  2008  Annals of Botany  102:353-359  BHUVNESH SAREEN   
644  Analyzing ligation mixtures using a PCR based method   Prafulla K. Chandra and Stephen K. Wikel  2005  Biol. Proced  7(1): 93-100  Rahul Mohan Singh   
645  Chemical Composition and Antioxidant Activity of the Extract and Essential oil of Rosa damascena from Iran, Population of Guilan  Yassa N., Masoomi F., Rohani Rankouhi S.E., Hadjiakhoondi A.  2009  DARU  17 (3) 175-180  eshita Sharma   
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647  Temperature-dependent growth and emergence of functional leaves: an adaptive mechanism in the seedlings of the western Himalayan plant Podophyllum hexandrum  Rekha Kushwaha Æ Subedar Pandey Æ Sanjoy Chanda Æ Amita Bhattacharya Æ Paramvir Singh Ahuja  2008  J Plant Res  121, 299–309  Vivek Dogra   
648  An efficient method of propagation of Podophyllum hexandrum: an endangered medicinal plant of the Western Himalayas under ex situ conditions  Amit C. Kharkwal Æ Rekha Kushwaha Æ Om Prakash Æ R. K. Ogra Æ Amita Bhattacharya Æ P. K. Nagar Æ Paramvir Singh Ahuja  2008  J Nat Med  62, 211–216  Vivek Dogra   
649  RUPTURED POLLEN GRAIN1, a Member of the MtN3/saliva Gene Family, Is Crucial for Exine Pattern Formation and Cell Integrity of Microspores in Arabidopsis  Yue-Feng Guan, Xue-Yong Huang, Jun Zhu, Ju-Fang Gao, Hong-Xia Zhang, and Zhong-Nan Yang  2008  Plant physiology  47: 852-863  Sunil Kumar Singh   
650  ABCG15 Encodes an ABC Transporter Protein, and is Essential for Post-Meiotic Anther and Pollen Exine Development in Rice  Peng Qin1,2,4, Bin Tu1,4,5, Yuping Wang1,2,4, Luchang Deng1,2, Teagen D. Quilichini3, Ting Li1,2, Hui Wang1,  2013  Plant and cell physiology  54: 138-154  Sunil Kumar Singh   
651  Development of a Rapid RT-PCR Test for the Detection of Peach Latent Mosaic Viroid, Pear Blister Canker Viroid, Hop Stunt Viroid and Apple Scar Skin Viroid in Fruit Trees from Tunisia  I. Fekih Hassen1,2, S. Roussel1, J. Kummert1, H. Fakhfakh2, M. Marrakchi2 and M. H. Jijakli1  2006  J. Phytopathology  154, 217  Yashika Walia   
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654  Sugar feeding of the common black ant, Lasius niger (L.), as a possible indirect method for reducing aphid populations on apple by disturbing ant-aphid mutualism  Csaba Nagya,Jerry V. Cross,Viktor Markó  2013  Biological Control  65 & 24–36  urvashi   
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656  Highly Efficient Coupling of â-Substituted Aminoethane Sulfonyl Azides with Thio Acids, toward a New Chemical Ligation Reaction  Remco Merkx, Arwin J. Brouwer, Dirk T. S. Rijkers, and Rob M. J. Liskamp  2005  Organic Letters  7, 1125-1128  Vishal Kumar   
657  Hop stunt viroid is processed and translocated in transgenic Nicotiana benthamiana plants  GUSTAVO GÓMEZ AND VICENTE PALLÁS  2006  MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY  7 ( 6 ) , 511–517  Yashika Walia   
658  Calcium requirement for ethylene-dependent responses involving 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid oxidase in radicle tissues of germinated pea seeds  L. PETRUZZELLI 1 , M. STURARO 1 , D. MAINIERI 1 & G. LEUBNER-METZGER  2003  Plant, Cell and Environment  26, 661–671  Vivek Dogra   
659  ABORTED MICROSPORES Acts as a Master Regulator of Pollen Wall Formation in Arabidopsis  Jie Xu,a Zhiwen Ding,a GemaVizcay-Barrena,b Jianxin Shi,aWanqi Liang,a Zheng Yuan,aDanièleWerck-Reichhart,c  2014  The Plant Cell  2014: 0000  Sunil Kumar SIngh   
660  Genetic evidence for three unique components in primary cell-wall cellulose synthase complexes in Arabidopsis  Staffan Persson, Alexander Paredez, Andrew Carroll, Hildur Palsdottir, Monika Doblin, Patricia Poindexter, Natalie Khitrov, Manfred Auer and Chris R. Somerville  2007  Proceedings of the national academy of science  104: 15566-15571  Sunil Kumar Singh   
661  Gibberellin Regulates Pollen Viability and Pollen Tube Growth in Rice  Tory Chhun, Koichiro Aya, Kenji Asano, Eiji Yamamoto, Yoichi Morinaka, Masao Watanabe, Hidemi Kitano, Motoyuki Ashikari, Makoto Matsuoka and Miyako Ueguchi-Tanaka  2007  The Plant Cell  19: 3876-3888  SUnil Kumar Singh   
662             
663  PMRD: a curated database for genes and mutants involved in plant male reproduction  Xiao Cui, Qiudao Wang, Wenzhe Yin, Huayong Xu, Zoe A Wilson, Chaochun Wei, Shenyuan Pan and Dabing Zhang  2012  BMC Plant Biology  12: 215  Sunil Kumar Singh   
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665  Evaluation of Nutritional and Antioxidant Status of Lepidium latifolium Linn.: A Novel Phytofood from Ladakh  Tarandeep Kaur, Khadim Hussain, Sushma Koul, Ram Vishwakarma, Dhiraj Vyas  2013  PLOS ONE  BHUVNESH SAREEN   
666             
667             
668             
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671  Genetically modified parthenocarpic eggplants: improved fruit productivity under both greenhouse and open field cultivation.  Nazzareno Acciarri, Federico Restaino, Gabriele Vitelli, Domenico Perrone, Michela Zottini, Tiziana Pandolfini, Angelo Spena and Giuseppe Leonardo Rotino  2002  BMC Biotechnology  2: 4  Sunil Kumar Singh   
672  Transcriptomic analysis of differentially expressed genes during anther development in genetic male sterile and wild type cotton by digital gene-expression profiling  Mingming Wei, Meizhen Song, Shuli Fan and Shuxun Yu  2013  BMC GENOMICS  14: 97  Sunil Kumar Singh   
673  Regulation of Arabidopsis tapetum development and function by DYSFUNCTIONAL TAPETUM1 (DYT1) encoding a putative bHLH transcription factor  Wei Zhang, Yujin Sun, Ljudmilla Timofejeva, Changbin Chen, Ueli Grossniklaus and Hong Ma  2006  Development  133: 3085-3095  Sunil Kumar SIngh   
674  DELLA-Mediated Cotyledon Expansion Breaks Coat-Imposed Seed Dormancy  Steven Penfield,1 Alison D. Gilday,1 Karen J. Halliday,2 and Ian A. Graham1,*  2006  Current Biology  16, 2366–2370  Vivek Dogra   
675  Regulation of Flavonoid Biosynthetic Genes in Germinating Arabidopsis Seedlings  William L. Kubasek,a Brenda W. Shirley, Ann McKillop,b Howard M. Goodman, Winslow Briggs,b and Frederick M. Ausubelay  1992  The Plant Cell   4, 1229-1236  Vivek Dogra   
676             
677  Proteome Analysis of Grain Filling and Seed Maturation in Barley  Christine Finnie, Sabrina Melchior, Peter Roepstorff, and Birte Svensson  2002  Plant Physiology  129, 1308–1319  Vivek Dogra   
678  The rice gene DEFECTIVE TAPETUM AND MEIOCYTES 1 (DTM1) is required for early tapetum development and meiosis  Jakyung Yi, Sung-Ryul Kim, Dong-Yeon Lee, Sunok Moon, Yang-Seok Lee, Ki-Hong Jung, Inhwan Hwang and Gynheung An  2012  The plant Journal  70: 256-270  Sunil Kumar Singh   
679  The male sterile 8 mutation of maize disrupts the temporal progression of the transcriptome and results in the mis-regulation of metabolic functions  Dongxue Wang, Juan A. Oses-Prieto, Kathy H. Li, John F. Fernandes, Alma L. Burlingame and Virginia Walbot  2010  The Plant Journal  63: 939-951  Sunil Kumar Singh   
680  Incidence and genetic diversity of Peach latent mosaic viroid and Hop stunt viroid in stone fruits in Serbia  B. Mandic &M. Al Rwahnih & A. Myrta & G. Gomez & V. Pallás  2007  Eur J Plant Pathol  120:167–176  Yashika Walia   
681  MALE STERILITY1 Is Required for Tapetal Development and Pollen Wall Biosynthesis  Caiyun Yang, Gema Vizcay-Barrena, Katie Conner and Zoe A. Wilson  2007  The plant Cell  19: 3530-3548  Sunil KUmar Singh   
682  The Cysteine Protease CEP1, a Key Executor Involved in Tapetal Programmed Cell Death, Regulates Pollen Development in Arabidopsis  Dandan Zhang, Di Liu, Xiaomeng Lv, Ying Wang, Zhili Xun, Zhixiong Liu, Fenglan Li and Hai Lu  2014  The plant Cell  online: 1-23  Sunil KUmar Singh   
683  ECHIDNA protein impacts on male fertility in Arabidopsis by mediating trans-Golgi-network secretory trafficking during anther and pollen development.  Xinping Fan, Caiyun Yang, Doris Klisch, Alison Ferguson, Rishi P. Bhaellero, Xiwu, Niu and Zoe A. Wilson  2014  Plant Physiology  online: august  Sunil KUmar Singh   
684  Ensuring Reproduction at High Temperatures: The Heat Stress Response during Anther and Pollen Development  Filomena Giorno, Mieke Wolters-Arts, Celestina Mariani and Ivo Rieu  2013  Plants  2: 489-506  Sunil Kumar Singh   
685  SIDECAR POLLEN suggests a plant-specific regulatory network underlying asymmetric microspore division in Arabidopsis  Sung Aeong Oh, David Twell and Soon Ki Park  2011  Plant Signaling and behaviour  6: 416-419  Sunil Kumar Singh   
686  The Arabidopsis SKP1-LIKE1 gene is essential for male meiosis and may control homologue separation  MING YANG, YI HU, MUHAMMAD LODHI, W.RICHARD MCCOMBIE AND HONG MA  1999  PNAS  96: 11416-11421  Sunil Kumar Singh   
687  Oxidative signaling in seed germination and dormancy  Hayat El‑Maarouf‑Bouteau and Christophe Bailly*  2008  Plant Signaling & Behavior  3, 175-182  Vivek Dogra   
688  Protein changes between dormant and dormancy broken seeds of Prunus campanulata Maxim  Chung-Shu Lee1, Ching-Te Chien2, Chao-Hsiung Lin3, Yi-Ying Chiu3 and Yuh-Shyong Yang1  2006  Proteomics  6, 4147–4154  Vivek Dogra   
689  Compositional Changes of Proteins and Amino Acids in Germinating Coffee Seeds  Milton Massao Shimizu and Paulo Mazzafera*  2000  Braz. arch. biol. technol.  43, 259-265  Vivek Dogra   
690  Molecular characterization of b-galactosidases from germinating rice (Oryza sativa)  Mallika Chantarangsee a, Waraporn Tanthanuch b, Tatsuhito Fujimura c, Stephen C. Fry d, James Ketudat Cairns a  2007  Plant Science  173, 118-134  Vivek Dogra   
691  Changes in protein composition and protein phosphorylation during somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.)  A. Roja Rani1*, P. Venkateswarlu1 , G. Padmaja2, K. Venkatesh1 and Nimala Baburao3  2009  African Journal of Biotechnology  8, 3472-3478  Vivek Dogra   
692  Regulation of Seed Germination in the Close Arabidopsis Relative Lepidium sativum: A Global Tissue-Specific Transcript Analysis  Karl Morris, Ada Linkies, Kerstin Mu¨ ller2, Krystyna Oracz, Xiaofeng Wang, James R. Lynn, Gerhard Leubner-Metzger, and William E. Finch-Savage*  2011  Plant Physiology  155, 1851–1870  Vivek Dogra   
693  QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE CHANGES IN PROTEINS IN ACER PLATANOIDES L. SEEDS DURING MATURATION  TOMASZ PAWŁOWSKI1* AND ANDRZEJ KALINOWSKI2  2003  ACTA BIOLOGICA CRACOVIENSIA Series Botanica  45, 139–144  Vivek Dogra   
694  Effect of Salinity on Orobanche cernua Seed Germination  W.M. Al-Khateeb, K.M. Hameed* and R.A. Shibli  2003  Plant Pathol. J.  19, 148-151  Vivek Dogra   
695  The Post-meiotic Deficicent Anther1 (PDA1) gene is required for post-meiotic anther development in rice  Lifang Hu, Hexin Tan, Wanqi Liang and Dabing Zhang  2010  Journal of genetics and genomics  37: 37-46  Sunil Kumar Singh   
696  Mature monomeric forms of Hop stunt viroid resist RNA silencing in transgenic plants  G. Go´ mez and V. Palla´ s*  2007  The Plant Journal  51, 1041–1049  Yashika Walia   
697  IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF POTATO SPINDLE TUBER VIROID INFECTING SOLANUM JASMINOIDES AND S. RANTONNETII IN ITALY  F. Di Serio  2007  Journal of Plant Pathology  89 (2), 297-300  Yashika Walia   
698  In vivo UV-cross-linking hybridization: a powerful technique for isolating RNA binding proteins. Application to trypanosome mini-exon derived RNA  Roger Pelle and Noel B.Murphy  1993  Nucleic Acids Research, ,  Vol. 21, No. 10 2453 -2458  Yashika Walia   
699  A Novel Approach for the One-Pot Preparation of a-Amino Amides by Pd-Catalyzed Double Carbohydroamination  Yong-Shou Lin and Howard Alper  2001  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. ,   40, 779-781  Vishal Kumar   
700  The Reaction of Thio Acids with Azides: A New Mechanism and New Synthetic Applications  Ning Shangguan, Sreenivas Katukojvala, Rachel Greenberg, and Lawrence J. Williams  2003  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  125, 7754-7755  Vishal Kumar   
701  General Approach to the Coupling of Organoindium Reagents with Imines via Copper Catalysis  Daniel A. Black and Bruce A. Arndtsen  2006  Organic Letters  8, 1991-1993  Vishal Kumar   
702  Characterization of a Maize Wip1 Promoter in Transgenic Plants  Shengxue Zhang, Yun Lian, Yan Liu, Xiaoqing Wang, Yunjun Liu and Guoying Wang  2013  International journal of molecular sciences  14: 23872-23892  Sunil Kumar Singh   
703  Isolation and functional characterization of the promoter of a DEAD-box helicase Psp68 using Agrobacterium-mediated transient assay  Sufara Akhter Banu, Kazi Md Kamrul Huda and Narendra Tuteja  2014  Plant signaling and behaviour  9: e28992  Sunil Kumar Singh   
704  Production of engineered long-life and male sterile Pelargonium plants  Begona Garcia-Sogo, Benito Pineda, Edelín Roque, Teresa Anton, Alejandro Atares and Marise Borja  2012  BMC PLANT BIOLOGY  12: 156  Sunil Kumar Singh   
705  Apomictic and Sexual Ovules of Boechera Display Heterochronic Global Gene Expression Patterns  Timothy F. Sharbel, Marie-Luise Voigt, Jose M. Corral, Giulio Galla, Jochen Kumlehn, Christian Klukas, Falk Schreiber, Heiko Vogel and Bjorn Rotterd  2010  The plant cell  22: 655-671  Sunil Kumar Singh   
706  Isolation and Analysis of the Promoter of OsRacD from Photoperiod Sensitive Genic Male Sterile Rice  LIANG Wei-hong and WU Nai-hu  2006  Rice Science  13: 29-33  Sunil Kumar Singh   
707  Isolation of Nuclear Proteins  Tomasz T. Calikowski and Iris Meier  2006  Methods in Molecular Biology  vol. 323:  Yashika Walia   
708  Modification of tobacco plant development by sense and antisense expression of the tomato viroid-induced AGC VIIIa protein kinase PKV suggests involvement in gibberellin signaling  Rosemarie W Hammond* and Yan Zhao  2009  BMC Plant Biology  9:108  Yashika Walia   
709  Isolates of Citrus tristeza virus that overcome Poncirus trifoliata resistance comprise a novel strain  S. J. Harper • T. E. Dawson • M. N. Pearson   2010  Arch Virol  155:471–480  Yashika Walia   
710  Functional genomics in the study of seed germination  Jérôme Bove, Marc Jullien and Philippe Grappin  2001  Genome Biology  3, 1002.1–1002.5  Vivek Dogra   
711             
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714  Space remote sensing for spatial vegetation characterization  SHIRISH A RAVAN*, Ρ S ROY† and C Μ SHARMA**  1995  J. Biosciences  Vol. 20, Number 3, pp 427–438.  Sunil Kumar   
715  Deep Sequencing of Viroid-Derived Small RNAs from Grapevine Provides New Insights on the Role of RNA Silencing in Plant-Viroid Interaction  Beatriz Navarro1., Vitantonio Pantaleo1., Andreas Gisel2, Simon Moxon3, Tamas Dalmay4, Gyo¨ rgy Bisztray5, Francesco Di Serio1*, Jo´ zsef Burgya´n  2009  PLOS One  Volume 4 | Issue 11 | e7686  Yashika Walia   
716  Evolutionary aspects of recombination in RNA viruses  Michael Worobey and Edward C. Holmes  1999  Journal of General Virology  80, 2535–2543  Yashika Walia   
717  Mass Spectrometric Identification of RNA Binding Proteins from Dried EMSA Gels  Dominique Stenger, Wilhelm Gruissem, and Sacha Baginsky  2004  Journal of Proteome Research  3, 662-664  Yashika Walia   
718  THE ROLE OF SEED COAT PHENOLICS ON WATER UPTAKE AND EARLY PROTEIN SYNTHESIS DURING GERMINATION OF DIMORPHIC SEEDS OF HALOPYRUM MUCRONATUM (L.) STAPH  ZAMIN SHAHEED SIDDIQUI AND M. AJMAL KHAN*  2010  Pak. J. Bot.  42, 227-238  Vivek Dogra   
719  Immunochemical Study of Changes in Reserve Proteins of Germinating Soybean Seeds  N. Catsimpoolas, T. G. Campbell, and E. W. Meyer  1968  Plant Physiol.  43, 799-805  Vivek Dogra   
720  WATER STRESS INDUCED VARIATIONS IN PROTEIN PROFILES OF GERMINATING COTYLEDONS FROM SEEDLINGS OF CHICKPEA GENOTYPES  N. BIBI*, A. HAMEED, H. ALI, N. IQBAL, M. A. HAQ, B.M. ATTA, T.M. SHAH AND S.S. ALAM  2009  Pak. J. Bot.  41, 731-736  Vivek Dogra   
721  Catalyst-free synthesis of quinazolin-4-ones from (hetero)aryl-guanidines: application to the synthesis of pyrazolo[4,3-f ]quinazolin-9-ones, a new family of DYRK1A inhibitors  Julien Debray, Simon Bonte, Olivier Lozach, Laurent Meijer, Martine Demeunynck  2012  Mol Divers 16, 659–667  16, 659–667  Dharminder Sharma   
722  Formic Acid: A Low-Cost, Mild, Ecofriendly, and Highly Efficient Catalyst for the Rapid Synthesis of β-Enaminones  Siddappa A. Patil, Phillip A. Medina, Diego Gonzalez-Flores, Jason K. Vohs, Seth Dever, Leslie W. Pineda, Mavis L. Montero Bradley D. Fahlman  2013  Synthetic Communications, 43, 2349–2364  3, 2349–2364  Dharminder Sharma   
723  Intermolecular Amidation of Unactivated sp2 and sp3 C-H Bonds via Palladium-Catalyzed Cascade C-H Activation/Nitrene Insertion  Hung-Yat Thu, Wing-Yiu Yu, and Chi-Ming Che  2006  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  128, 9048-9049  Vishal Kumar   
724  Double Carbonylation of Aryl Iodides with Primary Amines under Atmospheric Pressure Conditions Using the Pd/PPh3/ DABCO/THF System  Yasuhiro Uozumi,* Taro Arii,† and Toshihiro Watanabe  2001  J. Org. Chem. ,   66, 5272-5274  Vishal Kumar   
725  Survey of GMP Bulk Reactions Run in a Research Facility between 1985 and 2002  Robert W. Dugger, John A. Ragan, and David H. Brown Ripin  2005  Organic Process Research & Development   9, 253-258  Vishal Kumar   
726  Synthesis, X-Ray Crystallography, and Reactions of N-Acyl and N-Carbamoyl Succinimides  Cassie A. Goodman, Joel B. Eagles, Leandre Rudahindwa, Christopher G. Hamaker, Shawn R. Hitchcock  2013  Synthetic Communications,   43, 2155–2164  Dharminder Sharma   
727  Nickel Nanoparticles as Semiheterogeneous Catalyst for One- Pot, Three-Component Synthesis of 2- Amino-4H-pyrans and Pyran Annulated Heterocyclic Moieties   Jitender M. Khurana, Kanika Vij  2013  Synthetic Communication, 43, 2294–2304  43, 2294–2304  Dharminder Sharma   
728  N-Heterocyclic Carbene-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling of Aldehydes with Arylsulfonyl Indoles  Yi Li, Fu-Qiang Shi, Qing-Li He, and Shu-Li You  2009  Organic Letters, 11, 3182-3185  11, 3182-3185  Dharminder Sharma   
729  N-Heterocyclic Carbene-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling of Aromatic Aldehydes with Activated Alkyl Halides  Mohan Padmanaban, Akkattu T. Biju, and Frank Glorius  2012  Organic Letters  12, 98-101  Dharminder Sharma   
730  Aspects of the barley seed proteome during development and germination  C. Finnie*1,2, K. Maeda*2, O. Østergaard*, K.S. Bak-Jensen*, J. Larsen† and B. Svensson*2  2004  Biochemical Society Transactions  32, 517-519  Vivek Dogra   
731  Spatio-temporal changes in germination and radicle elongation of barley seeds tracked by proteome analysis of dissected embryo, aleurone layer, and endosperm tissues  Birgit C. Bønsager1, 2, Christine Finnie1, 2, Peter Roepstorff3 and Birte Svensson1, 2  2007  Proteomics  7, 4528–4540  Vivek Dogra   
732  Dynamic Kinetic Resolution of Primary Amines with a Recyclable Pd Nanocatalyst for Racemization  Mahn-Joo Kim,* Won-Hee Kim, Kiwon Han, Yoon Kyung Choi, and Jaiwook Park  2007  Organic Letters  9, 1157-1159  Vishal Kumar   
733  New Rearrangement of 4-Isoxazoline System: Conversion of Ketones into r,â-Unsaturated Amides  Ugo Chiacchio,*,† Antonio Rescifina,† Maria Assunta Chiacchio,† Giovanni Romeo,*,‡ and Roberto Romeo  2003  J. Org. Chem.   68, 3718-3720  Vishal Kumar   
734  Stereoselective Synthesis of r- and â-Glycosylamide Derivatives from Glycopyranosyl Azides via Isoxazoline Intermediates  Fehmi Damkaci and Philip DeShong  2003  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.   125, 4408-4409  Vishal Kumar   
735  The Staudinger Ligation—A Gift to Chemical Biology  Maja Kohn and Rolf Breinbauer  2004  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  43, 3106 –3116  Vishal Kumar   
736  A single silent substitution in the genome of Apple stem grooving virus causes symptom attenuation  Hisae Hirata, Xiaoyun Lu, Yasuyuki Yamaji, Satoshi Kagiwada, Masashi Ugaki and Shigetou Namba  2003  Journal of General Virology  84, 2579–2583  Yashika Walia   
737  Cation-ð Control of Regiochemistry of Intramolecular Schmidt Reactions en Route to Bridged Bicyclic Lactams  Lei Yao and Jeffrey Aube  2007  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.   129, 2766-2767  Vishal Kumar   
738  Staudinger Ligation: A Peptide from a Thioester and Azide  Bradley L. Nilsson, Laura L. Kiessling, and Ronald T. Raines  2000  Organic Letters  2, 1939-1941  Vishal Kumar   
739  Characterization of a novel cell cycle-related gene from Arabidopsis  Wan-Ke Zhang, Yi-Guo Shen, Xin-Jian He, Bao-Xing Du, Zong-Ming Xie, Guang-Zuo Luo, Jin-Song Zhang* and Shou-Yi Chen*  2005  Journal of Experimental Botany  56, 807–816  Vivek Dogra   
740  Identification of a new pathotype of Bean yellow mosaic virus (BYMV) infecting blue passion flower and some evolutionary characteristics of BYMV  Giuseppe Parrella Æ Cecilia Lanave  2009  Arch Virol  154:1689–1694  Yashika Walia   
741  Characterization of a strain of Apple stem grooving virus in Actinidia chinensis from China  G. R. G. Clover a *†‡, M. N. Pearson b , D. R. Elliott a , Z. Tang a , T. E. Smales a and B. J. R. Alexander a  2003  Plant Pathology  52 , 371–378  Yashika Walia   
742  Three genetic grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 variants identified from South African vineyards show high variability in their 50UTR  A. E. C. Jooste • H. J. Maree • D. U. Bellstedt • D. E. Goszczynski • G. Pietersen • J. T. Burger  2010  Arch Virol  155:1997–2006  Yashika Walia   
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745  Biomass estimation using satellite remote sensing data—An investigation on possible approaches for natural forest  P S ROY and SHIRISH A RAVAN   1996  J. Biosciences  Vol. 21, Number 4, pp 535-561  Sunil Kumar   
746  Functional analysis of cis-regulatory elements within the promoter of the tobacco late pollen gene g10  H.J. Rogers, N.Bate, J. Combe, J. Sullivan, J. Sweetman, C. Swan, D.M. Lonsdale and D. Twell  2001  Plant Molecular Biology  45: 577-585  Sunil Kumar Singh   
747  SEED GERMINATION, EMERGENCE, BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES AND EARLY SEEDLING PERFORMANCE IN CLEOPATRA MANDARIN (CITRUS RETICULATA BLANCO) FOLLOWING CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT STORAGE  M.O.A. FAWUSI  1989  BIOTRONICS  18, 29-35  Vivek Dogra   
748  Selective and Efficient Deoxygenation of Sulfoxides with NbCl5/Indium System   Byung Woo Yoo, Hyung Min Kim, Duckil Kim  2013  Synthetic Communications  43, 2057–2061  Dharminder Sharma   
749  Characterization of transgenic Arabidopsis plants overexpressing GR-RBP4 under high salinity, dehydration, or cold stress   Kyung Jin Kwak, Yeon Ok Kim and Hunseung Kang*  2005  Journal of Experimental Botany  56, 3007–3016  Vivek Dogra   
750  Rapid Induction of Distinct Stress Responses after the Release of Singlet Oxygen in Arabidopsis  Roel G. L. op den Camp, a Dominika Przybyla, a Christian Ochsenbein, a Christophe Laloi, a Chanhong Kim, a Antoine Danon, a Daniela Wagner, a Éva Hideg, b Cornelia Göbel, c Ivo Feussner, c Mena Nater, a and Klaus Apel a,1  2003  The Plant Cell   15, 2320–2332  Vivek Dogra   
751  Chloroplasts of Arabidopsis Are the Source and a Primary Target of a Plant-Specific Programmed Cell Death Signaling Pathway  Chanhong Kim,a,b Rasa Meskauskiene,b Shengrui Zhang,a Keun Pyo Lee,b,1 Munusamy Lakshmanan Ashok,b Karolina Blajecka,b Cornelia Herrfurth,c Ivo Feussner,c and Klaus Apela,b,2  2012  The Plant Cell  24: 3026–3039  Vivek Dogra   
752  Purification, Characterization, and Molecular Cloning of the Gene of a Seed-Specific Antimicrobial Protein from Pokeweed  Yingfang Liu, Jingchu Luo, Chunyu Xu, Fucheng Ren, Cheng Peng, Guangyao Wu, and Jindong Zhao*  2000  Plant Physiology  122, 1015–1024  Vivek Dogra   
753  Characterization and functional validation of glyoxalase II from rice  Sudesh Kumar Yadav a,1,2, Sneh L. Singla-Pareek a,¤,2, Manoj Kumar b, Ashwani Pareek b, Mukesh Saxena b, Neera B. Sarin b, S.K. Sopory a  2007  Protein Expression and Purification  51, 126–132  Vivek Dogra   
754  Facile synthesis of novel D-ring modified steroidal dienamides via rearrangement of 2H-pyrans   Bin Yu, En Zhang, Xiao-Nan Sun, Jing-Li Ren, Yuan Fang, Bao-Le Zhang, De-Quan Yu, Hong-Min Liu  2013  Steroids 78 494–499  78 494–499  Dharminder Sharma   
755  Synthesis of 16E-[3-methoxy-4-(2-aminoethoxy)- benzylidene]androstene derivatives as potent cytotoxic agents   Ranju Bansal, Sheetal Guleria  2008  steroids 73, 1391–1399  73, 1391–1399  Dharminder Sharma   
756  Preparation of Phosphonoterephthalic Acids via Palladium-Catalyzed Coupling of Aromatic Iodoesters  Nathaniel Ivan, Vladimir Benin, Alexander B. Morgan  2013  Synthetic Communications  43, 1831-1836.  Dharminder Sharma   
757  Synthesis and vasodilatory activity of some amide derivatives of 6-(4-carboxymethyloxyphenyl)-4,5-dihydro-3(2H)-pyridazinone   Ranju Bansal, Dinesh Kumar, Rosalia Carron, Carmen de la Calle  2009  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry  44, 4441–4447  Dharminder Sharma   
758  Visible-light mediated heterogeneous C–H functionalization: oxidative multi-component reactions using a recyclable titanium dioxide (TiO2) catalyst  Carlos Vila and Magnus Rueping  2013  Green Chemistry, DOI: 10.1039/c3gc40587g  DOI: 10.1039/c3gc40587g  Dharminder Sharma   
759  Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidative Heck Coupling Reaction for Direct Synthesis of 4-Arylcoumarins Using Coumarins and Arylboronic Acids  Yaming Li, Zisong Qi, Huifeng Wang, Xinmei Fu, and Chunying Duan  2012  J. Org. Chem. 77, 2053−2057  77, 2053−2057  Dharminder Sharma   
760  Atom economic synthesis of amides via transition metal catalyzed rearrangement of oxaziridines  Chin Hin Leung, Adelina M. Voutchkova, Robert H. Crabtree, David Balcellsb and Odile Eisenstein  2007  Green Chem.,  9, 976–979  Vishal Kumar   
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762  ESTIMATION OF POTENTIAL GHG EMISSIONS FROM NET PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY OF FORESTS - A SATELLITE BASED APPROACH  VKrishna Prasad, Yogesh Kant and K.V.S.Badarinath  2002  Pergamon  Vol. 29, No. 11, pp. 1793-1798.  Sunil Kumar   
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764  Efficient and recyclable rare earth-based catalysts for Friedel–Crafts acylations under microwave heating: dendrimers show the way  Arnaud Perrier, Michel Keller, Anne-Marie Caminade, Jean-Pierre Majoral and Armelle Ouali  2013  Green Chemistry, 10.1039/c3gc40720a  10.1039/c3gc40720a  Dharminder Sharma   
765  Synthesis and Antineoplastic Activity of O-Alkylated Derivatives of 7-Hydroximinoandrost-5-ene Steroids  Ranju Bansal, Sheetal Guleria, Christina Ries, and Rolf W. Hartmann  2010  Arch. Pharm. Chem. Life Sci. 343, 377 – 383  343, 377 – 383  Dharminder Sharma   
766  Arsenal of plant cell wall degrading enzymes reflects host preference among plant pathogenic fungi  Brian C King1, Katrina D Waxman1, Nicholas V Nenni2,5, Larry P Walker3, Gary C Bergstrom1, Donna M Gibson4  2011  Biotechnology for Biofuels  4:4  Vivek Dogra   
767             
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770  Net Primary Productivity Estimation of Eastern Ghats using Multispectral MODIS Data  Nethaji Mariappan  2010  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEOMATICS AND GEOSCIENCES  Volume 1, No 3,406-413  Sunil Kumar   
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773  On the relationships among diversity, productivity and climate from an Indian tropical ecosystem: a preliminary investigation  V. S. Chitale • P. Tripathi • M. D. Behera • Soumit K. Behera • R. Tuli  2012  Biodivers Conserv  21:1177–1197  Sunil Kumar   
774  Synthesis of a series of 8-(substituted-phenyl)xanthines and a study on the effects of substitution pattern of phenyl substituents on affinity for adenosine A1 and A2A receptors   Ranju Bansal, Gulshan Kumar, Deepika Gandhi, Louise C. Young, Alan L. Harvey  2009  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry   44, 2122–2127  Dharminder Sharma   
775  Synthesis of quaternary ammonium salts of 16E-[4-(2-alkylaminoethoxy)-3-ethoxybenzylidene]androstene derivatives as skeletal muscle relaxants   Ranju Bansala, Sheetal Guleria, Louise C. Young, Alan L. Harvey  2011  Steroids 76, 254–260  76, 254–260  Dharminder Sharma   
776  Taxon compared with trait based analysis of epiphytes ,and the role of tree species and tree age in community composition  Jason E.J. Lewis and Christopher J. Ellis  2010  Plant Ecology and Diversity  3(2) 203-210  Alpy   
777  The Alien flora of the Barda hills and its surroundings in Gujrat, India  P. S. Nagar, S. J. Pathak and S. M. Pandey  2004  Indian Journal Forestry  21(1); 25-38  Vikrant Jaryan   
778  Climatic Niche Shifts Are Rare Among terrestrial Plant Invaders  Blaise Petitpierre1, Christoph Kueffer,2,3 Oliver Broennimann,1 Christophe Ramdin,4 Curtis Daehler,3 Antonine Guisan1.  2012  Science  335 (1344-1347)  Vikrant Jaryan   
779  H2O2 mediates the regulation of ABA catabolism and GA biosynthesis in Arabidopsis seed dormancy and germination  Yinggao Liu1,2, Nenghui Ye2, Rui Liu2, Moxian Chen2 and Jianhua Zhang2,*  2010  Journal of Experimental Botany  11, 2979–2990  Vivek Dogra   
780  Production of Cell Wall-Degrading Enzymes by Aspergillus nidulans: A Model System for Fungal Pathogenesis of Plants  Ralph A. Dean" and William E. Timberlake a,b,1  1989  The Plant Cell   1, 265-273  Vivek Dogra   
781  Endosperm-limited Brassicaceae Seed Germination: Abscisic Acid Inhibits Embryo-induced Endosperm Weakening of Lepidium sativum (cress) and Endosperm Rupture of Cress and Arabidopsis thaliana  Kerstin Mu¨ ller, Stefanie Tintelnot and Gerhard Leubner-Metzger *  2006  Plant Cell Physiol.  47(7): 864–877(  Vivek Dogra   
782  EXECUTER1- and EXECUTER2-dependent transfer of stress-related signals from the plastid to the nucleus of Arabidopsis thaliana  Keun Pyo Lee, Chanhong Kim, Frank Landgraf, and Klaus Apel*  2007  PNAS  104, 10270–10275  Vivek Dogra   
783  Origin , Present status and distribution of exotic plants in South Gujrat  S. R. Kshirsagar  2005  Indian Journal of Forestry  28(2): 136-143  Vikrant Jaryan   
784             
785  Past and future of predictions in plant invasion: a field test by time  Peter Pysek  2001  Diversity and Distribution  7, 145-151  Vikrant Jaryan   
786  The exotic flora of Rajasthan  R. P. Pandey and P. J. Parmar  1994  Journal of Economic and Taxonomy Botany  18(1); 105-136  Vikrant Jaryan   
787             
788  Glycosyl Hydrolases of Cell Wall are Induced by Sugar Starvation in Arabidopsis  Eun-Jeong Lee 1, Yasuhiro Matsumura 1, Kouichi Soga 2, Takayuki Hoson 2 and Nozomu Koizumi 1, *  2007  Plant Cell Physiol.  48(3): 405–413  Vivek Dogra   
789  Hormonal control of seed development in GA- and ABA-deficient tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. cv. Moneymaker) mutants  Renato D. de Castro a,*, Henk W.M. Hilhorst b  2006  Plant Science  170, 462–470  Vivek Dogra   
790  Synthesis and antileukemic activity of 16E-[4-(2-carboxy)ethoxybenzylidene]-androstene amides   Ranju Bansal, Pratap Chandra Acharya  2012  Steroids 77, 552–557  77, 552–557  Dharminder Sharma   
791  Synthesis and aromatase inhibitory activity of some new 16E-arylidenosteroids   Ranju Bansal, Sridhar Thota, Nalin Karkra, Maninder Minu, Christina Zimmer, Rolf W. Hartmann  2012  Bioorganic Chemistry   45, 36–40  Dharminder Sharma   
792  Synthesis of a New Series of 4-Aryl-1,4-Dihydropyridines3 with Calcium Channel Blocking and Vasodilatory Activity   Ranju Bansal, Priyanka Jain, Carmen Calle, Rosalia Carron, Karen Pemberton, Alan L. Harvey  2012  Med Chem Res   21,908–921  Dharminder Sharma   
793  The Perisperm-endosperm Envelope in Cucumis: Structure, Proton Diffusion and Cell Wall Hydrolysing Activity  P. RAMAKRISHNA and DILIP AMRITPHALE  2005  Annals of Botany  96: 769–778  Vivek Dogra   
794  Vulnerabilities of Tropical forests to climate change: The significance of resident epiphytes  David H. Benzing  1998  Climate Change  39 (2-3) : 519-540  Alpy   
795  Synthesis of some imidazolyl-substituted 2-benzylidene indanone derivatives as potent aromatase inhibitors for breast cancer therapy   Ranju Bansal, Gaurav Narang, Christina Zimmer, Rolf W. Hartmann  2011  Med Chem Res   20, 661–669  Dharminder Sharma   
796  Abundance of climbing plants in a southern temperate rainforest: host tree charactersitics or light availability  Carrasco -Urra, Fernando $ Gianoli, Ernesto   2009  Journal of Vegetation Science   20: : 1115-1162  Alpy   
797  Species distribution models: ecological explanation and prediction of an endemic and endangered plant species (Pterocarpus santalinus L.f.)  G. Shilpa1,2,5, A. Giriraj3,4,5,*, C. S. Reddy1 and Anke Jentsch5  2012  CURRENT SCIENCE  102, NO. 8, 1-9  Vikrant Jaryan   
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800  State-level inventory of invasive alien plants, their source regions and use potential  K. P. Singh1, Achuta Nand Shukla1 and J. S. Singh2  2010  CURRENT SCIENCE  VOL. 99, NO. 1: 107-114  Vikrant Jaryan   
801  An assessment and impact of three invasive species in the Shivalik hills of Himachal Pradesh, India  K. S. Dogra1*, R. K. Kohli2 and S. K. Sood1  2009  International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation  Vol. 1(1) pp. 004-010  Vikrant Jaryan   
802  The alien flora of Kashmir Himalaya  Anzar Ahmad Khuroo, Irfan Rashid, Zafar Reshi, G. H. Dar, B. A. Wafai  2007  Biol Invasions  9:269–292  Vikrant Jaryan   
803  Altitudinal distribution patterns of the native and alien woody flora in Kashmir Himalaya, India  Anzar A. Khuroo a, Ewald Weber b,n, A.H. Malik a, Zafar A. Reshi c, G.H. Dar a  2011  Environmental Research  111: 967–977  Vikrant Jaryan   
804  Invasive species in Europe: ecology, status, and policy  Reuben P Keller1*, Juergen Geist2†, Jonathan M Jeschke3† and Ingolf Kühn4†  2011  Environmental Sciences Europe  23(23):15-17  Vikrant Jaryan   
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806             
807             
808             
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810             
811             
812  Megadiverse developing countries face huge risks from invasives  Ga´ bor L. Lo¨ vei1,2 and Thomas. M. Lewinsohn3, the Biological Invasions in Megadiverse Regions Network  2012  Trends in Ecology and Evolution  Vol. 27, No. 1: 2-3  Vikrant Jaryan   
813  Hybridization as an invasion of the genome  James Mallet  2005  TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution  Vol.20 No.5  Vikrant Jaryan   
814  Pinus: a model group for unlocking the secrets of alien plant invasions?  David M. R i c h a r d s o n  2006  Preslia  78: 375–388  Vikrant Jaryan   
815  Plant invasions: merging the concepts of species invasiveness and community invasibility  David M. Richardson1* and Petr Pysˇek2  2006  Progress in Physical Geography  30, 3 pp. 409–431  Vikrant Jaryan   
816  Expression Analysis of MYC Genes from Tamarix hispida in Response to Different Abiotic Stresses  Xiaoyu Ji, Yucheng Wang and Guifeng Liu  2012  Int. J. Mol. Sci  13, 1300-1313  Meetal Sharma   
817  Cloning of a heat stress transcription factor, CphsfB1, that is constitutively expressed in radicles and is heat-inducible in the leaves of Carica papaya  Kazuhiko Tarora • Moritoshi Tamaki • Ayano Shudo • Naoya Urasaki • Hideo Matsumura • Shinichi Adaniya  2010  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult  102:69–77  Meetal Sharma   
818  Differences in capacities of in vitro organ regeneration between two Arabidopsis ecotypes Wassilewskija and Columbia  Xiang Yu Zhao • Ying Hua Su • Chuan Li Zhang • Liang Wang • Xing Guo Li • Xian Sheng Zhang  2013  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   65–74  Amrina shafi   
819  Overexpression of coconut AINTEGUMENTA-like gene, CnANT, promotes in vitro regeneration in transgenic Arabidopsis  H. D. Dharshani Bandupriya • J. George Gibbings • Jim M. Dunwell  2014  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   67-79  Amrina shafi   
820  Overexpression of the chestnut CsTL1 gene coding for a thaumatin-like protein in somatic embryos of Quercus robur  R. Mallo´n • S. Valladares • E. Corredoira • A. M. Vieitez • N. Vidal  2014  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   141–151  Amrina shafi   
821  Overexpression of IbP5CR enhances salt tolerance in transgenic sweetpotato  Degao Liu • Shaozhen He • Hong Zhai • Lianjun Wang • Yao Zhao • Bing Wang • Ruijie Li • Qingchang Liu  2014  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   04-013  Amrina shafi   
822  Somatic embryogenesis and plantlet regeneration from mature zygotic embryos of Manchurian ash (Fraxinus mandshurica Rupr.)  Ling Yang • Lei Bian • Hai-long Shen • Yu-hua Li  2013  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   115–125  Amrina shafi   
823  Overexpression of a GST gene (ThGSTZ1) from Tamarix hispida improves drought and salinity tolerance by enhancing the ability to scavenge reactive oxygen species  Guiyan Yang • Yucheng Wang • Dean Xia • Caiqiu Gao • Chao Wang • Chuanping Yang  2013  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   04-12  Amrina shafi   
824  Identification and characterization of OsEBS, a gene involved in enhanced plant biomass and spikelet number in rice  Xianxin Dong1, Xiaoyan Wang, Liangsheng Zhang, Zhengting Yang, Xiaoyun Xin, Shuang Wu, Chuanqing Sun, Jianxiang Liu, Jinshui Yang1 and Xiaojin Luo  2013  Plant Biotechnology Journal   1044–1057  Amrina shafi   
825  Plant regeneration from leaf-derived protoplasts within the Daucus genus: effect of different conditions in alginate embedding and phytosulfokine application  Katarzyna Mac´kowska • Agata Jarosz • Ewa Grzebelus  2014  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   014-0436  Amrina shafi   
826  Ectopic expression of cytosolic superoxide dismutase and ascorbate peroxidase leads to salt stress tolerance in transgenic plums  Pedro Diaz-Vivancos1,*,†, Mohamed Faize2,†, Gregorio Barba-Espin1, Lydia Faize1, Cesar Petri1, Jose Antonio Hernandez1 and Lorenzo Burgos  2013  Plant Biotechnology Journal   976–985  Amrina shafi   
827  Characteristics of cytosine methylation status and methyltransferase genes in the early development stage of cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis)  Hui Li • Meijuan Geng • Qian Liu • Chuan Jin • Qingli Zhang • Chengbin Chen • Wenqin Song • Chunguo Wang  2013  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   014-0432  Amrina shafi   
828  Constitutive expression of cell wall invertase genes increases grain yield and starch content in maize  Bei Li1, Hua Liu1, Yue Zhang1, Tao Kang1, Li Zhang2, Jianhua Tong3, Langtao Xiao3 and Hongxia Zhang1  2013  Plant Biotechnology Journal   1080–1091  Amrina shafi   
829  The wheat Lr34 gene provides resistance against multiple fungal pathogens in barley  Joanna M. Risk1,†, Liselotte L. Selter2,†, Harsh Chauhan2, Simon G. Krattinger1,2, Jochen Kumlehn3, Goetz Hensel3, Libby A. Viccars1, Terese M. Richardson1, Gabriele Buesing2, Anna Troller2, Evans S. Lagudah1,* and Beat Kelle  2013  Plant Biotechnology Journal   847–854  Amrina shafi   
830  An Alternative Methylation Pathway in Lignin Biosynthesis in Zinnia  Zheng-Hua Ye,Richard E. Kneusel,b Ulrich Matern,b and Joseph E. Varner  1994  The Plant Cell  1427-1439  Amrina shafi   
831  Dual Methylation Pathways in Lignin Biosynthesis  Ruiqin Zhong,a W. Herbert Morrison III,b Jonathan Negrel,c and Zheng-Hua Yea  1998  The Plant Cell  2033–2045  Amrina shafi   
832  Hydrogen Peroxide Acts as a Second Messenger for theInduction of Defense Genes in Tomato Plants in Response to Wounding, Systemin, and Methyl Jasmonate  Martha L. Orozco-Cárdenas, Javier Narváez-Vásquez, and Clarence A. Ryan 1  2001  The Plant Cell  179–191  Amrina shafi   
833  A New Begomovirus Species in Association with Betasatellite Causing Tomato Leaf Curl Disease in Gandhinagar, India  S. Rathore, B. S. Bhatt, B. K. Yadav, R. K. Kale, and A. K. Singh,  2014  Plant Disease  98 (3) & 428  Aditya Kulshreshtha   
834  VND-INTERACTING2, a NAC Domain Transcription Factor, Negatively Regulates Xylem Vessel Formation in Arabidopsis  Masatoshi Yamaguchi,a,b Misato Ohtani,a,c Nobutaka Mitsuda,d Minoru Kubo,a,1 Masaru Ohme-Takagi,d  2010  The Plant Cell  1249–1263  Amrina shafi   
835  Occurrence of a new recombinant begomovirus species infecting tomato in the Al-Batinah region of Oman  A. A. M. Al-Shihia, A. J. Khana, S. Akhtara, A. T. M. Limab, F. M. Zerbinib and R. W. Briddon  2014  Plant Pathology   Doi: 10.1111/ppa.12185  Aditya Kulshreshtha   
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837  SND1, a NAC Domain Transcription Factor, Is a Key Regulator of Secondary Wall Synthesis in Fibers of Arabidopsis  Ruiqin Zhong,a Taku Demura,b and Zheng-Hua Y  2006  The Plant Cell  3158–3170  Amrina shafi   
838  The interaction of plant biotic and abiotic stresses: from genes to the field  Nicky J. Atkinson* and Peter E. Urwin  2012  Journal of Experimental Botany  1-12  Amrina shafi   
839  MYB75 Functions in Regulation of Secondary Cell Wall Formation in the Arabidopsis Inflorescence Stem  Apurva Bhargava, Shawn D. Mansfield, Hardy C. Hall, Carl J. Douglas, and Brian E. Ellis  2010  Plant Physiology  1428–1438  Amrina shafi   
840  A Battery of Transcription Factors Involved in the Regulation of Secondary Cell Wall Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis  Ruiqin Zhong, Chanhui Lee, Jianli Zhou, Ryan L. McCarthy, and Zheng-Hua Ye1  2008  The Plant Cell  2763–2782  Amrina shafi   
841  Arabidopsis VASCULAR-RELATED NAC-DOMAIN6 Directly Regulates the Genes That Govern Programmed Cell Death and Secondary Wall Formation during Xylem Differentiation  Kyoko Ohashi-Ito,1 Yoshihisa Oda, and Hiroo Fukuda  2010  The Plant Cell  3461–3473  Amrina shafi   
842  Development of the Casparian strip in primary roots of maize under salt stress  Ichirou Karahara Æ Atsuo Ikeda Æ Takanori Kondo Yuzo Uetake  2004  Planta  41-47  Amrina shafi   
843  Comprehensive Genome-Wide Survey, Genomic Constitution and Expression Profiling of the NAC Transcription Factor Family in Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica L.)  Swati Puranik, Pranav Pankaj Sahu, Sambhu Nath Mandal, Venkata Suresh B., Swarup Kumar Parida, Manoj Prasad  2013  Plosone  e64594  Amrina shafi   
844  The MYB46 Transcription Factor Is a Direct Target of SND1and Regulates Secondary Wall Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis  Ruiqin Zhong, Elizabeth A. Richardson, and Zheng-Hua Ye1  2007  The Plant Cell  2776–2792  Amrina shafi   
845  MYB58 and MYB63 Are Transcriptional Activators of the Lignin Biosynthetic Pathway during Secondary Cell Wall Formation in Arabidopsis  Jianli Zhou,1 Chanhui Lee,1 Ruiqin Zhong, and Zheng-Hua Ye2  2009  The Plant Cell  248–266  Amrina shafi   
846  The effect of NaCl on antioxidant enzyme activities in potato seedlings  H. RAHNAMA*1 and H. EBRAHIMZADEH  2005  BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM   93-97  Amrina shafi   
847  Arabidopsis Proteins Containing Similarity to the Universal Stress Protein Domain of Bacteria  David Kerk*, Joshua Bulgrien, Douglas W. Smith, and Michael Gribskov  2003  Plant Physiol  131, 1209–1219  monika bhuria   
848  Engineered frost-tolerant potatoes María-Teresa Pino et al. Use of a stress inducible promoter to drive ectopic AtCBF expression improves potato freezing tolerance while minimizing negative effects on tuber yield  María-Teresa Pino 1,, Jeffrey S. Skinner 1,2 , Eung-Jun Park 3,, Zoran Jekni 1 1,2 , Patrick M. Hayes 2 , Michael F. Thomashow 4 and Tony H. H. Chen  2007  Plant Biotechnology Journal   591–604  Amrina shafi   
849  Proteome Analysis of Potato under Salt Stress  Keyvan Aghaei,Ali Akbar Ehsanpour, and Setsuko Komatsu  2008  Journal of Proteome Research   4858–4868  Amrina shafi   
850  Progeny from the crosses of two antisense potato plants exhibit ectopic xylem differentiation  Olawole O. Obembe1,3* and Jean-Paul Vincken1,2  2008  Scientific Research and Essay   320-322  Amrina shafi   
851  Direct somatic embryogenesis as a rapid and efficient system for in vitro regeneration of Arabidopsis thaliana  Małgorzata D. Gaj  2001  Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture   39–46  Amrina shafi   
852  Expression of SOD transgene in pepper confer stress tolerance and improve shoot regeneration  Kiriaki Chatzidimitriadou,Irini Nianiou-Obeidat,Panagiotis Madesis  2009  Electronic Journal of Biotechnology   0717-3458  Amrina shafi   
853  Callus induction, plant regeneration, and long-term maintenance of embryogenic cultures in Zoysia matrella [L.] Merr  Mingliang Chai • Yufang Jia • Shu Chen •  2011  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult   187–192  Amrina shafi   
854  A simple and efficient one-pot synthesis of 1,4-dihydropyridines using heterogeneous catalyst under solvent-free conditions  Muchchintala Maheswara, Vidavalur Siddaiah , Yerra Koteswara Rao, Yew-Min Tzeng, Chenchugari Sridhar  2006  Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical   260, 179–180  Dharminder Sharma   
855  Monitoring the Expression Pattern of 1300 Arabidopsis Genes under Drought and Cold Stresses by Using a Full-Length cDNA Microarray  Motoaki Seki,  2001  The Plant Cell  61–72,  Amrina shafi   
856  A set of Arabidopsis thaliana miRNAs involve shoot regeneration in vitro  Meng Qiao and Fengning Xiang  2013  Plant Signaling & Behavior   23479  Amrina shafi   
857  Transcriptomic Footprints Disclose Specificity of Reactive Oxygen Species Signaling in Arabidopsis  Ilya Gadjev2, Sandy Vanderauwera2, Tsanko S. Gechev, Christophe Laloi, Ivan N. Minkov,  2006  Plant Physiology  436–445  Amrina shafi   
858  Transcriptome Changes for Arabidopsis in Response to Salt, Osmotic, and Cold Stress  Joel A. Kreps, Yajun Wu, Hur-Song Chang, Tong Zhu, Xun Wang, and Jeff F. Harper  2002  Plant Physiology  130  Amrina shafi   
859  Physiological and Transcriptomic Aspects of Urea Uptake and Assimilation in Arabidopsis Plants  Patricia Me´rigout, Maud Lelandais, Fre´de´rique Bitton, Jean-Pierre Renou, Xavier Briand,  2008  Plant Physiology  1225–1238  Amrina shafi   
860  Synthesis and structural study of bis-perfluoropyridyl bridged by 1,4 and 1,2 dihydropyridine  Reza Ranjbar-Karimi, Mahtab Mashak-Shoshtari, Somayeh Hashemi-Uderji, Reza Kia  2011  Journal of Fluorine Chemistry 132 (2011) 285–290  132, 285–290  Dharminder Sharma   
861  Mitochondrial Complex II Is Essential for Gametophyte Development in Arabidopsis  Gabriel Leo´n, Loreto Holuigue, and Xavier Jordana  2007  Plant Physiology,2007  143, 1534–1546  Pritu Pratibha   
862  How effective is T-DNA insertional mutagenesis in Arabidopsis?   Yi Hong Wang  2008  J Biochem Tech  1, 11-20  monika bhuria   
863  Multicomponent synthesis of dihydropyridines catalyzed by L-proline  Leila Zare, Mohammad Nikpassand   2011  Chinese Chemical Letters  22, 531–534  Dharminder Sharma   
864  Synthesis, antibacterial and antimycobacterial activities of some new 4-aryl/heteroaryl-2,6-dimethyl-3,5-bis-N-(aryl)-carbamoyl-1,4-dihydropyridines   Kalam Sirisha, Darna Bikshapathi, Garlapati Achaiah, Vanga Malla Reddy  2011  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 46 (2011) 1564e1571  46,1564-1571  Dharminder Sharma   
865  Candida antarctica lipase B-catalyzed the unprecedented three-component Hantzsch-type reaction of aldehyde with acetamide and 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds in non-aqueous solvent  Jun-Liang Wang, Bo-Kai Liu, Cui Yin, Qi Wu, Xian-Fu Lin  2011  Tetrahedron 67 (2011) 2689e2692  67, 2689-2692  Dharminder Sharma   
866  ORGANOGENESIS IN VITRO FROM THE LEAF OF BLACKBERRY CV ČAČANSKA BESTRNA  Tatjana LAZIĆ and Đurđina RUŽIĆ  2007  genetika  39, 69-78  Karan Acharya   
867  Design and efficient synthesis of A-278637 derivatives as potential potassium channel opener  Tuanjie Li, Xiaodong Feng, Changsheng Yao, Chenxia Yu, Bei Jiang, Shujiang Tu  2011  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters   21, 453–455  Dharminder Sharma   
868  Cellulose sulfuric acid catalyzed multicomponent reaction for efficient synthesis of 1,4-dihydropyridines via unsymmetrical Hantzsch reaction in aqueous media  Javad Safari, Sayed Hossein Banitaba, Shiva D. Khalili  2011  Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical   335, 46–50  Dharminder Sharma   
869  One-pot synthesis of highly functionalized 1,2-dihydropyridines from primary alkylamines, alkyl isocyanides, and acetylenic esters  Issa Yavari, Mohammad J. Bayat, Mehdi Sirouspour, Sanaz Souri  2010  Tetrahedron   66, 7995-7999  Dharminder Sharma   
870  Substrate-controlled chemoselective synthesis and potent cytotoxic activity of novel 5,6,7-triarylpyrido[2,3-d]pyrimidin-4-one derivatives  Feng Shi, Jie Ding, Shu Zhang, Wen-Juan Hao, Chuang Cheng, Shujiang Tu  2011  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters   21, 1554–1558  Dharminder Sharma   
871  Endogenous auxin and cytokinin contents associated with shoot formation in leaves of pineapple cultured in vitro  Helenice Mercier1*, Beatriz Maia Souza, Jane Elizabeth Kraus, Regina Mayumi Hamasaki and Bruno Sotta  2003  Braz. J. Plant Physiol., )  15(2) 107-112  Karan Acharya   
872  Synthesis of highly-functionalised pyridines via hetero-Diels– Alder methodology: reaction of 3-siloxy-1-aza-1,3-butadienes with electron deficient acetylenes  Matthew D. Fletcher, Timothy E. Hurst, Timothy J. Milesd and Christopher J. Moody  2006  Tetrahedron   62, 5454–5463  Dharminder Sharma   
873  Somatic embryogenesis from leaf cultures of potato  T. JayaSree, U. Pavan, M. Ramesh, A.V. Rao, K. Jagan Mohan Reddy & A. Sadanandam  2001  Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture   64: 13–17  Karan Acharya   
874  Control of woolly aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) (Hemiptera: Pemphigidae) on mature apple trees using insecticide soil-root drenches  Adrian H Nicholas1 ,Robert N Spooner-Hart 2 and and Richard A Vickers  2003  Australian Journal of Entomology  42,6-11  urvashi   
875  Flowers promote aphid suppression in apple orchards  Lessando M. Gontijo ,Elizabeth H. Beers William E. Snyder b  2013  Biological Control  66 8–15  urvashi   
876  Sublethal and transgenerational effects of chlorantraniliprole on biological traits of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella L.  Lei Guo a, Nicolas Desneux b, Shoji Sonoda c, Pei Liang a,*, Peng Han b, Xi-Wu Gao a  2013  Crop Protection  48 29 -34  Urvashi   
877  Sublethal effects of spinosad on Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae)  Xian-Hui Yin a,b,c, Qing-Jun Wu b,, Xue-Feng Li a, You-Jun Zhang b, Bao-Yun Xu b  2008  Crop Protection  27 1385– 1391  urvashi   
878  RNA INTERFERENCE: THE NEXT GENETICS REVOLUTION?  Safia Wasi  2003  horizon symposiaUNDERSTANDING THE RNAissance  back ground  SURINDER PAUL   
879  Copper-Catalyzed Arylative Meyer–Schuster Rearrangement of Propargylic Alcohols to Complex Enones Using Diaryliodonium Salts  Beatrice S. L. Collins, Marcos G. Suero, and Matthew J. Gaunt  2013  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  52, 5799 –5802  Dharminder Sharma   
880  Accumulation of raffinose in rice seedlings overexpressing OsWRKY11 in relation to desiccation tolerance  Xiaolan Wu1, Sachie Kishitani2, Yukihiro Ito1, Kinya Toriyama1  2009  Plant Biotechnology   26, 431–434  vanita patial   
881             
882             
883  Effect of neemarin on life table indices of Plutella xylostella (L.)  Nadeem Ahmad, M. Shafiq Ansari*, Nazrussalam  2012  Crop Protection  38 7-14  urvashi   
884  Catalytic enantioselective assembly of complex molecules containing embedded quaternary stereogenic centres from simple anisidine derivatives  Rafael Leon, Anup Jawalekar, Thomas Redert and Matthew J. Gaunt  2011  Chemical Science  2, 1487–1490  Dharminder Sharma   
885  Palladium(II)-Catalyzed CH Bond Arylation of Electron-Deficient Arenes at Room Temperature  Matthew J. Tredwell, Moises Gulias, Nadine Gaunt Bremeyer, Carin C. C. Johansson,  2011  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   50, 1076 –1079  Dharminder Sharma   
886  Sustainable Heck–Matsuda Reaction with Catalytic Amounts of Diazonium Salts: An Experimental and Theoretical Study  Nicolas Susperregui, Karinne Miqueu, Jean-Marc Sotiropoulos, FranÅois Le Callonnec, Eric Fouquet, and FranÅois-Xavier Felpin  2012  Chem. Eur. J.  18, 7210 – 7218  Dharminder Sharma   
887  NPR1 modulates cross-talk between salicylate- and jasmonate-dependent defense pathways through a novel function in the cytosol  Steven H. Spoel, Annemart Koornneef, Susanne M. C. Claessens, Jerôme P. Korzelius, Johan A. Van Pelt, Martin J. Mueller, Antony J. Buchala, Jean-Pierre Métraux, Rebecca Brown, Kemal Kazan, L. C. Van Loon, Xinnian Dong, Corné M. J. Pieterse  2003  The Plant Cell   15: 760–770   Shammi Bhatti   
888             
889  Functionalization of bicyclic 2-pyridones targeting pilus biogenesis in uropathogenic Escherichia coli  Nils Pemberton, Jerome S. Pinkner, Jennifer M. Jones, Lotta Jakobsson, Scott J. Hultgren and Fredrik Almqvist  2007  Tetrahedron Letters   48, 4543–4546  Dharminder Sharma   
890  Synthesis of a Novel Tricyclic Peptidomimetic Scaffold  Magnus Sellstedt and Fredrik Almqvist  2008  Org. Lett.  10, 4005-4007  Dharminder Sharma   
891  Reaction of pyridine N-oxides with Grignard reagents: a stereodefined synthesis of substituted dienal oximes  Hans Andersson, Xiaoyang Wang, Mikael Bjorklund, Roger Olssonb, and Fredrik Almqvista,  2007  Tetrahedron Letters 48 (2007) 6941–6944  48, 6941–6944  Dharminder Sharma   
892  An improved DNA isolation method and PCR protocol for efficient detection of multicomponents of begomovirus in legumes  A. Rouhibakhsh, J. Priya, M. Periasamy, Q.M.I. Haq and V.G. Malathi  2008  Journal of Virological Methods  147 & 37-42  ADITYA KULSHRESHTHA   
893  The Consensus N-Myristoylation Motif of a Geminivirus AC4 Protein Is Required for Membrane Binding and Pathogenicity   Vincent N. Fondong, R. V. Chowda Reddy, Cheng Lu, Bertrand Hankoua, Christian Felton, Kirk Czymmek, and Fidelis Achenjang  2007  MPMI   20 & 380-391  ADITYA KULSHRESHTHA   
894             
895             
896  Regulation of Ascorbate Oxidase Expression in Pumpkin by Auxin and Copper1  Muneharu Esaka*, Kouichi Fujisawa, Miwa Goto, and Yasutomo Kisu  1992  Plant Physiol.  100, 231-237  Reenu kumari   
897  A Highly Para-Selective Copper(II)-Catalyzed Direct Arylation of Aniline and Phenol Derivatives  Claire-Lise Ciana, Robert J. Phipps, Jochen R. Brandt, Falco-Magnus Meyer, and  2011  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   50, 458 –462  Dharminder Sharma   
898  A Fully Palladium-Mediated Construction of Phenanthrenes and Naphthoxindoles  Luma Nassar-Hardy, Christophe Deraedt, Eric Fouquet and François-Xavier Felpin  2011  Eur. J. Org. Chem.   4616–4622  Dharminder Sharma   
899  Regioselective Halogenations and Subsequent Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling onto Bicyclic 2-Pyridones  Christoffer Bengtsson and Fredrik Almqvist  2010  J. Org. Chem.   75, 972–975  Dharminder Sharma   
900  Selective Intramolecular 5-exo-dig or 6-endo-dig Cyclization en Route to 2-Furanone or 2-Pyrone Containing Tricyclic Scaffolds  Christoffer Bengtsson and Fredrik Almqvist  2011  J. Org. Chem.   76, 9817−9825  Dharminder Sharma   
901  Practical Pd/C-Catalysed Suzuki–Miyaura Reactions for the Preparation of 3-Aryl-4-oxypyridin-2(1H)-ones, 3-Aryl-2,4-oxypyridines and 3-Aryl-2,4-oxyquinolines as Useful Intermediates for the Synthesis of Biologically Active Compounds  Marc Lamblin, Hugo Bares, Jean Dessolin, Christel Marty, Nathalie Bourgougnon, and François-Xavier Felpin  2012  Eur. J. Org. Chem  5525–5533  Dharminder Sharma   
902  Design, synthesis and evaluation of triazole functionalized ring-fused 2-pyridones as antibacterial agents  Christoffer Bengtsson, Anders E.G. Lindgren, Hanna Uvell b, Fredrik Almqvist  2012  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 54 (2012) 637e646  54, 637-646  Dharminder Sharma   
903  Synthesis and Characterization of a Multi Ring-Fused 2-Pyridone-Based Fluorescent Scaffold  Magnus Sellstedt, Anders Nyberg, Erik Rosenbaum, Patrik Engström, Malin Wickström, Joachim Gullbo, Sven Bergström, Lennart B.-Å. Johansson, and Fredrik Almqvist  2010  Eur. J. Org. Chem.   6171–6178  Dharminder Sharma   
904  Enantioselective Synthesis of Substituted Piperidines by Addition of Aryl Grignard Reagents to Pyridine N‑Oxides  Munawar Hussain, Thomas Sainte-Luce Banchelin, Hans Andersson, Roger Olsson, and Fredrik Almqvist  2012  Org. Lett  15, 54-57  Dharminder Sharma   
905  Directed diversity-oriented synthesis. Ring-fused 5- to 10-membered rings from a common peptidomimetic 2-pyridone precursor  Magnus Sellstedt, G. Krishna Prasad, K. Syam Krishnan, Fredrik Almqvist  2012  Tetrahedron Letters   53, 6022–6024  Dharminder Sharma   
906  Three-Component Reaction Forming Naphthyridones Synthesis of Lophocladine Analogs  Magnus Sellstedt and Fredrik Almqvist  2011  Org. Lett.  13, 5278-5281  Dharminder Sharma   
907  QUALITY AND ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTY OF THREE TYPES OF TEA INFUSIONS  SHENG-DUN LIN,1 PANISA UDOMPORNMONGKOL, JOAN-HWA YANG,SHIN-YU CHEN2 and JENG-LEUN MAU  2013  Journal of Food Processing and Preservation  57.1111  Eshita Sharma   
908  Detection and characterization of Ageratum enation virus and a nanovirus-like satellite DNA1 from zinnia causing leaf curl symptoms in India  Yogesh Kumar, Pooja Bhardwaj, Vipin Hallan and A. A. Zaidi  2010  J Gen Plant Pathol   76 & 395-398  ADITYA KULSHRESHTHA   
909  Overexpression of defense response genes in transgenic wheat enhances resistance to Fusarium head blight  Mackintosh C A et al  2007  Plant Cell Rep   26:479–488  Surbhi Mahajan   
910  Salicylate-mediated suppression of jasmonate-responsive gene expression in Arabidopsis is targeted downstream of the jasmonate biosynthesis pathway  Antonio Leon-Reyes, Dieuwertje Van der Does, Elvira S. De Lange, Carolin Delker, Claus Wasternack, Saskia C. M. Van Wees, Tita Ritsema, Corne M. J. Pieterse  2010  Planta   232:1423–1432   Shammi Bhatti   
911             
912  Salicylate-mediated suppression of jasmonate-responsive gene expression in Arabidopsis is targeted downstream of the jasmonate biosynthesis pathway  Antonio Leon-Reyes, Dieuwertje Van der Does, Elvira S. De Lange, Carolin Delker, Claus Wasternack, Saskia C. M. Van Wees, Tita Ritsema, Corne M. J. Pieterse  2010  Planta   232:1423–1432   Shammi Bhatti   
913             
914  Jasmonate biosynthesis and the allene oxide cyclase family of Arabidopsis thaliana  Irene Stenzel, Bettina Hause, Otto Miersch, Tobias Kurz, Helmut Maucher, Heiko Wei chert, Jörg Ziegler, Ivo Feussner, Claus Wasternack  2003  Plant Molecular Biology   51: 895–911   Shammi Bhatti   
915             
916  Cloning and overexpression of antifungal barley chitinase gene in Escherichia coli  S. Isaac Kirubakaran, N. Sakthivel  2006  Protein Expression and Purification  52 (2007) 159–166  Surbhi Mahajan   
917             
918  Compatibility of Host Plant Resistance and Biological Control of the Two-Spotted Spider Mite Tetranychus urticae in the Ornamental Crop Gerbera  O. E. Krips, P. E. L. Willems,1 and M. Dicke  1999  Biological Control   16, 155–163   Urvashi   
919  EFFICACY OF TWO DORMANT SPRAY OIL AGAINST SAN JOSE SCALE A PEST OF APPLE TREE  aShamim Ahmed Bandey , bRavinder Sharma, and aAmardev Singh  2012  INTERNATIONAL GENERAL OF ADVANCED BIOLOGICAL RESEARFCH  2(2) 365-366  Urvashi   
920  A shared response of thaumatin like protein, chitinase,and late embryogenesis abundant protein to environmental stresses in tea [Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze]  Richard Chalo Muoki & Asosii Paul & Sanjay Kumar  2012  Funct Integr Genomics   12:565–571  Parul Gahlan   
921  A Plant Distribution Shift: Temperature, Drought or Past Disturbance?  Dylan W. Schwilk and Jon E. Keeley  2012  Plos One  7(2): e31173  Parul Gahlan   
922  Effects of synthesized tannin on the growth and survival of a generalist herbivorous insect, the common cutworm, Spodoptera litura Fabricius (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)  Masahiro Nomura* and Takao Itioka  2002  Applied entomolog and zoology  37 (2): 285–289   urvashi   
923  MICROPROPAGATION OF TEMPERATE AND TROPICAL WOODY BAMBOOS - FROM BIOTECHNOLOGICAL DREAM TO COMMERCIAL REALITY  Johan Gielis and Jan Oprins  1995  Proceedings  RUPALI   
924  Suzuki-Miyaura Reactions of Arenediazonium Salts Catalyzed by Pd(0)/C. One-Pot Chemoselective Double Cross-Coupling Reactions  Rachel H. Taylor and Francüois-Xavier Felpin  2007  Organic Letters  2911-2914  Dharminder Sharma   
925  Synthesis of Some New Fluorinated Hexahydroquinoline and Acridinedione Derivatives in Trifluoroethanol   Cosmas O. Okoro, Mumiye A. Ogunwale and Tasneem Siddiquee  2012  applied sciences,   2, 367-374  Sumit Dadhwal   
926  Microwave-Promoted Aminocarbonylation of Aryl Iodides, Aryl Bromides, and Aryl Chlorides in Water   Xiongyu Wu, Jenny K. Ekegren, and Mats Larhed  2006  Organometallics   25, 1434-1439  Dharminder Sharma   
927  Synthesis of Oxindoles by Tandem Heck-Reduction-Cyclization (HRC) from a Single Bifunctional, in Situ Generated Pd/C Catalyst  Franc¸ois-Xavier Felpin, Oier Ibarguren, Luma Nassar-Hardy, and Eric Fouquet  2009  J. Org. Chem.   74, 1349–1352  Dharminder Sharma   
928  In vitro propagation of rose—a review  Pratap Kumar Pati a,*, Siba Prasad Rath b, Madhu Sharma c, Anil Sood c, Paramvir Singh Ahuja c  2006  biotechnology advances  94– 114  RUPALI   
929  Palladium(II)-catalyzed coupling reactions with a chelating vinyl ether and arylboronic acids: a new Heck/Suzuki domino diarylation reactionw   Alejandro Trejos, Ashkan Fardost, Samir Yahiaoui and Mats Larhed  2009  Chem. Commun.   7587–7589  Dharminder Sharma   
930  Synthesis of Aryl Ketones by Palladium(II)-Catalyzed Decarboxylative ddition of Benzoic Acids to Nitriles   Jonas Lindh, Per J. R. Sjberg, and Mats Larhed  2010  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.,   49, 7733 –7737  Dharminder Sharma   
931  Microwave-assisted, Mo(CO)6-mediated, palladium-catalyzed amino-carbonylation of aryl halides using allylamine: from exploration to scale-up   Prasad Appukkuttan, Linda Axelsson, Erik Van der Eycken, Mats Larhed  2008  Tetrahedron Letters   49 5625–5628  Dharminder Sharma   
932  Microwave-Promoted Palladium(II)-Catalyzed C P Bond Formation by Using Arylboronic Acids or Aryltrifluoroborates   Mounir Andaloussi, Jonas Lindh, Jonas Svmarker, Per J. R. Sjçberg, and Mats Larhed  2009  Chem. Eur. J.,   15, 13069 – 13074  Dharminder Sharma   
933  Open-air oxidative Heck reactions at room temperature   Per-Anders Enquist, Jonas Lindh, Peter Nilsson and Mats Larhed  2006  Green Chem.,   8, 338–343  Dharminder Sharma   
934  Microwave-promoted aminocarbonylation of aryl triflates using Mo(CO)6 as a solid CO source   Luke R. Odell, Jonas Sävmarker, Mats Larhed  2008  Tetrahedron Letters   49 6115–6118  Dharminder Sharma   
935  MICROPROPAGATION OF TEMPERATE AND TROPICAL WOODY BAMBOOS - FROM BIOTECHNOLOGICAL DREAM TO COMMERCIAL REALITY  Johan Gielis and Jan Oprins  1995  Proceedings  1995  RUPALI   
936  Callus and cell suspension culture of bamboo plant, Phyllostachys nigra  Shinjiro Ogita  2005  Plant Biotechnology  119–125  RUPALI   
937  UPSTREAM FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH IN BAMBOO - POSSIBILITIES AND DIRECTIONS1  Johan Gielis  1998  Proceedings  1998  RUPALI   
938  Distribution and conservation status of forest bamboo biodiversity in the Asia-Pacific Region    N. BYSTRIAKOVA1,2, V. KAPOS2,*, I. LYSENKO2 and C.M.A. 3 STAPLETON  2003  Biodiversity and Conservation  12 1833–1841  RUPALI   
939  Bamboo: Past – Present - Future  Dr. Walter Liese  1999  American Bamboo Society  Vol. 20  RUPALI   
940  Identification of a New Rice Blast Resistance Gene, Pid3, by Genomewide Comparison of Paired Nucleotide-Binding Site–Leucine-Rich Repeat Genes and Their Pseudogene Alleles Between the Two Sequenced Rice Genomes  Junjun Shang, Yong Tao, Xuewei Chen, Yan Zou, Cailin Lei, Jing Wang  2009  Genetics   182: 1303–1311   Karan Acharya   
941  A Useful, Reliable and Safer Protocol for Hydrogenation and the Hydrogenolysis of O-Benzyl Groups: The In Situ Preparation of an Active Pd0/C Catalyst with Well-Defined Properties  FranÅois-Xavier Felpin and Eric Fouquet  2010  Chem. Eur. J.   16, 12440 – 12445  Dharminder Sharma   
942  Synthesis of Novel Haptens and Conjugates for Antibody Production against Kainoid Family   Etienne Bacoa, Luc Vellutinia, Jean-Paul Pillota, François-Xavier Felpina, Jean-Marie Schmittera, Bernard Bennetau, Marie Degueila,   2010  Synlett 2010(13): 1943-1946  (13): 1943-1946  Dharminder Sharma   
943  Synthesis of spiro-pyridones and spiro-quinolones by sequential palladium on carbon-catalyzed allylation and ring closing metathesis reactions   Laura Kersten, Rachel H. Taylor, François-Xavier Felpin  2009  Tetrahedron Letters  50, 506-508  Dharminder Sharma   
944  Heterogeneous palladium multi-task catalyst for sequential Heck-reduction–cyclization (HRC) reactions: influence of the support  Oier Ibarguren, Cécile Zakri, Eric Fouqueta, François-Xavier Felpin  2009  Tetrahedron Letters  50, 5071-5074  Dharminder Sharma   
945  An improved Agrobacterium mediated transformation in tomato using hygromycin as a selective agent  Zubeda Chaudhry and Hamid Rashid  2010  African Journal of Biotechnology  Vol 9 (13), pp. 1882-1891,  Priyanka Bhadwal   
946  A Multi-Task Palladium Catalyst Involved in Heck-Reduction-Cyclization Sequences for the Preparation of 4-Benzyl-1,2-dihydroisoquinolin-3-ones: An Unusual Homogeneous-Heterogeneous Sustainable Approach   Julia Laudien, Eric Fouquet, Cécile Zakri, François-Xavier Felpin  2010  Synlett   (10): 1539-1543   Dharminder Sharma   
947  Transformation of recalcitrant barley cultivars through improvement of regenerability and decreased albinism  Myeong-Je Cho *, Wen Jiang 1, Peggy G. Lemaux  1998  Plant Science  138 229–244  RUPALI   
948  Enhanced Regeneration of Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Embryogenic Callus by Light Irradiation in Growth Phase  CHUNZHAO LIU, KWANHOON MOON, HIROYUKI HONDA, ~D TAKESHI KOBAYASHI*  2001  Jot~.~.~ or BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING  Vol. 91, No. 3, 319-321.  RUPALI   
949  Zygotic embryogenesis versus somatic embryogenesis  V.L. Dodeman1,2,3, G. Ducreux1 and M. Kreis2  1997  Journal of Experimental Botany  Vol. 48, No. 313  RUPALI   
950  Rapid micropropagation of three elite Sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) varieties by shoot tip culture  Sabaz Ali Khan1, 3*, Hamid Rashid2, M. Fayyaz Chaudhary1, Zubeda Chaudhry2 and Amber Afroz2  2008  African Journal of Biotechnology   Vol. 7 (13), pp. 2174-2180  RUPALI   
951  Attack of the Clones: Somatic Embryogenesis in Forestry  Alex Lane  2004  BioTeach Journal  vol 2  RUPALI   
952  Somatic hybridization in the Gramineae: Saccharum officinarum L. (sugarcane) and Pennisetum americanum (L.) K. Schum. (pearl millet)  ZOHREH TABAEIZADEH, ROBERT J. FERL, AND INDRA K. VASIL*  1986  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  Vol. 83, pp. 5616-5619  RUPALI   
953  CUTICLE FLUORESCENCE DURING EMBRYOGENESIS OF ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA (L.) HEYNH.  EWA SZCZUKA1* AND ALEKSANDER SZCZUKA2  2003  ACTA BIOLOGICA CRACOVIENSIA  45/1: 63–67  RUPALI   
954  Studies on somatic embryogenesis from immature zygotic embryos of chir pine (Pinus roxburghii Sarg.)  Gaurav Mathur*, Sara von Arnold§ and Rajani Nadgauda*,#  2000  CURRENT SCIENCE  VOL. 79, NO. 7, 10  RUPALI   
955  Gene expression during somatic embryogenesis – recent advances  Archana Chugh and Paramjit Khurana*  2002  CURRENT SCIENCE  VOL. 83, NO. 6  RUPALI   
956  In vitro somatic embryogenesis in turf-type bermudagrass: roles of abscisic acid and gibberellic acid, and occurrence of secondary somatic embryogenesis  L. LI 1 and R. QU 1 , 2  2002  Plant Breeding   121, 155—158  RUPALI   
957  FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS IN DIPLOID MEDICAGO SPECIES FROM ALGERIA: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GENOME SIZE AND COMPETENCE FOR DIRECT SOMATIC EMBRYO FORMATION  A. Iantcheva1, S. Brown2, A. Atanassov1  2003  Biotechnol. & Biotechnol. Eq.  17//2  RUPALI   
958  Genome size stability in six medicinal plant species propagated in vitro  E. SLIWINSKA*1 and B. THIEM  2007  BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM,   51 (3): 556-558  RUPALI   
959  Quantification of the force of nanoparticle-cell membrane interactions and its influence on intracellular trafficking of nanoparticles  Jaspreet K. Vasir a,c, Vinod Labhasetwar  2008  Biomaterials 29 (2008) 4244–4252  29, 4244–4252  ramdhan   
960  In vitro somatic embryogenesis in turf-type bermudagrass: roles of abscisic acid and gibberellic acid, and occurrence of secondary somatic embryogenesis  L. LI 1 and R. QU 1 , 2  2002  Department of Crop Science, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-7620, USA; 2 Corresponding author. E-mail: Rongda_Qu@ncsu. edu  121, 155—158  RUPALI   
961  DETERMINATION OF DNA CONTENT AND GENOME SIZE IN SUGARCANE  S.J. Edmé*, J.C. Comstock, J.D. Miller, and P.Y.P. Tai  2005  Journal American Society Sugar Cane Technologists  Vol. 25.  RUPALI   
962  Cell wall differentiation during early somatic embryogenesis in plants. II. Ultrastructural study and pectin immunolocalization on chicory embryos  Audrey Chapman, Anne-Sophie Blervacq, Théo Hendriks, Christian Slomianny, Jacques Vasseur, and Jean-Louis Hilbert  2000  Can. J. Bot.  78: 824–831  RUPALI   
963  Genetic integrity of somaclonal variants in tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O Kuntze) as revealed by inter simple sequence repeats  Jibu Thomas∗, Deepu Vijayan, Sarvottam D. Joshi, S. Joseph Lopez, R. Raj Kumar  2006  Journal of Biotechnology  123 (2006) 149–154  RUPALI   
964  3-Substituted indolizine-1-carbonitrile derivatives as phosphatase inhibitors  Timo Weide, Lars Arve, Heino Prinz, Herbert Waldmannb, and Horst Kessler  2006  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters   16, 59–63  Dharminder Sharma   
965  Ruthenium-Catalyzed Cycloisomerization-6ð-Cyclization: A Novel Route to Pyridines  Barry M. Trost and Alicia C. Gutierrez  2007  Org Lett  9, 1473-1477  Dharminder Sharma   
966  1-(4-Nitrophenoxycarbonyl)-7-pyridin-4-yl indolizine: a new versatile fluorescent building block. Application to the synthesis of a series of fluorescent b-cyclodextrins  Franc¸ois Delattre, Patrice Woisel,* Gheorghe Surpateanu, Francine Cazier and Philippe Blach  2005  Tetrahedron   61, 3939–3945  Dharminder Sharma   
967  Synthesis of a library of benzoindolizines using poly(ethylene glycol) as soluble support  Guizhou Yue, Yadong Wan, Shaojun Song, Guichun Yang and Zuxing Chen  2005  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters   15, 453–458  Dharminder Sharma   
968  Assessment of genetic fidelity of micropropagated Swertia chirayita plantlets by ISSR marker assay  P. JOSHI* and V. DHAWAN  2006  BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM,   51 (1): 22-26  RUPALI   
969  Regeneration and characterization of Swertia chirata Buch.-Ham. ex Wall. plants from immature seed cultures  Rituparna Kundu Chaudhuri a, Amita Pal b, Timir Baran Jha a  2009  Scientia Horticulturae  120 107–114  rupali   
970  Ruthenium-Catalyzed Cycloaddition of 1,6-Diynes and Nitriles under Mild Conditions: Role of the Coordinating Group of Nitriles Yoshihiko Yamamoto,*[a, b] Keisuke Kinpara,[a] Ryuji Ogawa,[a] Hisao Nishiyama,[a] and Kenji Itoh  Yoshihiko Yamamoto, Keisuke Kinpara, Ryuji Ogawa, Hisao Nishiyama, and Kenji Itoh  2006  Chem. Eur. J.  12, 5618 – 5631  Dharminder Sharma   
971  A High-Throughput Screening System for Arabidopsis Transcription Factors and Its Application to Med25-Dependent Transcriptional Regulation  Bin Oua,2, Kang-Quan Yina,2, Sai-Nan Liua,2, Yan Yanga, Tren Gua, Jennifer Man Wing Huia, Li Zhanga, Jin Miaoa, Youichi Kondoub, Minami Matsuib, Hong-Ya Gua,c and Li-Jia Qua  2011  Molecular Plant   4, 546–555  Karan Acharya   
972  Expression of pathogenesis related genes in response to salicylic acid, methyl jasmonate and 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid in Malus hupehensis (Pamp.) Rehd  Jiyu Zhang, Xiaoli Du, Qingju Wang, Xiukong Chen, Dong Lv, Kuanyong Xu, Shenchun Qu, Zhen Zhang  2010  BMC Research notes  3:208  Karan Acharya   
973  Drought-induced Accumulation of Soluble Sugars and Proline in Two Maize Varieties  Nayer Mohammadkhani and Reza Heidari  2008  World Applied Sciences Journal  3 (3) 448-453  Karan Acharya   
974  Oxylipin Signaling in Plant Stress Responses  Gao H  2008  The Plant Cell  20, 495–497  Karan Acharya   
975  Lipid Peroxidation during the Hypersensitive Response in Potato in the Absence of 9-Lipoxygenases  Cornelia Gobel, Ivo Feussner, and Sabine Rosahl  2003  THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY  Vol. 278; 26, pp. 52834–52840  Karan Acharya   
976  Production and characterization of carboxymethyl cellulase from Paenibacillus polymyxa using mango peel as substrate  Devendra Kumar, Mohd. Ashfaque, M. Muthukumar, Munna Singh, Neelima Garg  2012  J. Environ. Biol  33, 81-84  Hena Dhar   
977  Erwinia carotovora elicitors and Botrytis cinerea activate defense responses in Physcomitrella patens  Inés Ponce de León, Juan Pablo Oliver, Alexandra Castro  2007  BMC Plant Biology  7:52; 1-11  Karan Acharya   
978  Real-Time Quantitative RT-PCR Assay of Gene Expression in Plant Roots during Fungal Pathogenesis  Stephen J. McMaugh and  2003  BioTechniques   34:982-986  Karan Acharya   
979  Efficient expression of a Paenibacillus barcinonensis endoglucanase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae  Maria Mormeneo, FI Javier Pastor, Jesus Zueco  2012  J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol  39:115–123  Hena Dhar   
980  Engineering a family 9 processive endoglucanase from Paenibacillus barcinonensis displaying a novel architecture  Alina Iulia Chiriac, Edith Marleny Cadena, Teresa Vidal, Antonio L. Torres, Pilar Diaz, F. I. Javier Pastor  2010  Appl Microbiol Biotechnol   86:1125–1134  Hena Dhar   
981  Gene Cloning of Endoglucanase Cel5A from Cellulose-Degrading Paenibacillus xylanilyticus KJ-03 and Purification and Characterization of the Recombinant Enzyme  In-Hye Park, Jie Chang, Yong-Seok Lee, Shu-Jun Fang, Yong-Lark Choi  2012  Protein J   31:238–245  Hena Dhar   
982  Endoglucanases from Paenibacillus spp. form a new clan in glycoside hydrolase family 5  Akinori Ogawa, Atsushi Suzumatsu, Shuichi Takizawa, Hiromi Kubota, Kazuhisa Sawada, Yoshihiro Hakamadaa, Shuji Kawai, Tohru Kobayashi, Susumu Ito  2007  Journal of Biotechnology  129: 406–414  Hena Dhar   
983  Paenibacillus xylaniclasticus sp. nov., a Xylanolytic-Cellulolytic Bacterium Isolated from Sludge in an Anaerobic Digester  Chakrit Tachaapaikoon, Somboon Tanasupawat, Patthra Pason, Somphit Sornyotha, Rattiya Waeonukul, Khin Lay Kyu, and Khanok Ratanakhanokchai  2012  The Journal of Microbiology   50(3): 394–400  Hena Dhar   
984  Efficient extracellular secretion of an endoglucanase and a b-glucosidase in E. coli  Shefali Gupta, Nidhi Adlakha, Syed Shams Yazdani  2013  Protein Expression and Purification   88: 20–25  Hena Dhar   
985  Purification and Characterization of a Thermophilic Cellulase from a Novel Cellulolytic Strain, Paenibacillus barcinonensis  Asha, Balachandrababu Malini, Masilamani Revathi, Amit Yadav, and Natarajan Sakthivel  2012  J. Microbiol. Biotechnol.  22(11): 1501–1509  Hena Dhar   
986  Characterization of a novel thermophilic, cellulose degrading bacterium Paenibacillus sp. strain B39  C.-M. Wang, C.-L. Shyu, S.-P. Ho and S.-H. Chiou  2008  Letters in Applied Microbiology  47: 46–53  Hena Dhar   
987  Characterization of an unusual cold-active b-glucosidase belonging to Family 3 of the Glycoside Hydrolases from the psychrophilic isolate Paenibacillus sp. strain C7  Stephanie Shipkowski and Jean E. Brenchley  2005  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY   71(8): 4225–4232  Hena Dhar   
988  Isolation of Paenibacillus sp. and Variovorax sp. strains from decaying woods and characterization of their potential for cellulose deconstruction  Silvina Ghio, Gonzalo Sabarís Di Lorenzo, Verónica Lia, Paola Talia, Angel Cataldi, Daniel Grasso, Eleonora Campos  2012  Int J Biochem Mol Biol  3(4):352-364  Hena Dhar   
989  Isolation and Characterization of Cellulase Produced by Cellulolytic Bacteria from Peat Soil of Ogan Komering Ilir, South Sumatera  Puspita Lisdiyanti, *, Eko Suyanto, Niken Financia Gusmawati, Wiwik Rahayu   2012  International Journal of Environment and Bioenergy  3(3): 145-153  Hena Dhar   
990  Characterization of some efficient cellulase producing bacteria isolated from paper mill sludges and organic fertilizers  Miranda L Maki, Michael Broere, Kam Tin Leung, Wensheng Qin  2011  Int J Biochem Mol Biol  2(2):146-154  Hena Dhar   
991  Cellulase Activities in Nitrogen Fixing Paenibacillus Isolated from Soil in N-free Media  G. Emtiazi, M. Pooyan and M. Shamalnasab  2007  World Journal of Agricultural Sciences  3 (5): 602-608,  Hena Dhar   
992  Paenibacillus campinasensis BL11: A wood material-utilizing bacterial strain isolated from black liquor  Chun-Han Ko, Wen-Luen Chen, Chung-Hong Tsai, Wann-Neng Jane, Chia-Chen Liu, Jenn Tu  2007  Bioresource Technology  98: 2727–2733  Hena Dhar   
993  Changes in the activity of the multifunctional b-glycosyl hydrolase (Cel44C-Man26A) from Paenibacillus polymyxa by removal of the C-terminal region to minimum size  Kye-Man Cho, Renukaradhya K. Math, Su-Young Hong, Shah Md. Asraful Islam, Jong-Ok Kim, Sun-Joo Hong, Hoon Kim, Han-Dae Yun  2008  Biotechnol Lett  30:1061–1068  Hena Dhar   
994  Can neural stem cells be used as therapeutic vehicles in the treatment of brain tumors  Noble  2000  Nature Medicine   6, 369 - 370  Amit shard   
995  General Catalysts for the Suzuki–Miyaura andSonogashira Coupling Reactions of ArylChlorides and for the Coupling of Challenging Substrate Combinations in Water  Kevin W. Anderson and Stephen L. Buchwald  2005  Angew. Chem.  117, 6329–6333  Rajesh Kumar    
996  Synergistic Activity of Paenibacillus sp. BP-23 Cellobiohydrolase Cel48C in Association With the Contiguous Endoglucanase Cel9B and With Endoor Exo-Acting Glucanases From Thermobifida fusca  Marta M. Sanchez, Diana C. Irwin, F.I. Javier Pastor, David B. Wilson, Pilar Diaz  2004  BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING  87(2): 161-169  Hena Dhar   
997  Biological Activities of Phenolic Compounds Present in Virgin Olive Oil  Sara Cicerale, Lisa Lucas and Russell Keast  2010  International Journal of Molecular Sciences  11, 458-479  Eshita Sharma   
998  Synthesis and Characterization of Chimeric Proteins Based on Cellulase and Xylanase from an Insect Gut Bacterium  Nidhi Adlakha, Raman Rajagopal, Saravanan Kumar, Vanga Siva Reddy, and Syed Shams Yazdani  2011  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY  77(14): 4859–4866  Hena Dhar   
999  AVersatile Method for Suzuki Cross-Coupling Reactions of Nitrogen Heterocycles  Noriaki Kudo, Mauro Perseghini, and Gregory C. Fu  2006  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  45, 1282 –1284  Rajesh Kumar   
1000  Multicolored pH-Tunable and Activatable Fluorescence Nanoplatform Responsive to Physiologic pH Stimuli   Kejin Zhou, Haoming Liu, Shanrong Zhang, Xiaonan Huang,Yiguang Wang,Gang Huang,† Baran D. Sumer,∥ and Jinming Gao*,†,⊥ †Department of Pharmacology, Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, ‡Department of Biochemistry, §Advanced Imaging Research Center, and ∥Department of Otolaryngology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas 75390, United States ⊥Department of Chemistry, University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, Texas 75083,   2012  | J. Am. Chem. Soc.  134, 7803−7811  Amit shard   
1001  Synthesis of vinyl sulfides using glycerol as a recyclable solvent   Eder J. Lenardão, Márcio S. Silva, Renata G. Lara, Júnior M. Marczewski, Maraisa Sachini, Raquel G. Jacob, Diego Alves, and Gelson Perin*  2011  ARKIVOC   (ii) 272-282  Amit shard   
1002  Iodine-Catalyzed Regioselective Sulfenylation of Indoles with Sulfonyl Hydrazides   Fu-Lai Yang and Shi-Kai Tian*  2013  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   52, 1 – 5  Amit shard   
1003  Dissecting tumor maintenance requirements using bioluminescence imaging of cell proliferation in a mouse glioma model   Lene Uhrbom, Edward Nerio & Eric C Holland  2004  Nature Medicine   10, 1257   Amit shard   
1004  A unifying mechanism for all high-temperature Heck reactions. The role of palladium colloids and anionic species   Johannes G. de Vries  2006  Dalton Trans.,   421–429, 421  Amit shard   
1005  Palladium-Catalysed C–C Coupling: Then and Now  Chris Barnard   2008  Platinum Metals Rev.,  52, 38–45  Amit shard   
1006  Synthesis and biological evaluation of arylidene analogues of Meldrum’s acid as a new class of antimalarial and antioxidant agents   Harmeet S. Sandhu a, Sameer Sapra a, Mukesh Gupta a, Kunal Nepali a, Raju Gautam b, Sunil Yadav a, Raj Kumar a,*, Sanjay M. Jachak b, Manoj Chugh c, Manish K. Gupta a, Om P. Suri a, K. L. Dhar   2010  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry  18, 5626–5633  Amit shard   
1007  Synthesis and biological evaluation of febrifugine analogues as potential antimalarial agents   Shuren Zhu a,*, Quan Zhang a, Chandrashekar Gudise b, Lai Wei a, Erika Smith a, Yuling Zeng c a  2009  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry  17, 4496–4502  Amit shard   
1008  S-Euglobals: Biomimetic synthesis, antileishmanial, antimalarial, and antimicrobial activitiesq  Sandip B. Bharate,a Shabana I. Khan,b Babu L. Tekwani,b Melissa Jacob,b Ikhlas A. Khanb and Inder Pal Singha,*  2008  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry  16, 1328–1336  Amit shard   
1009  S-Euglobals: Biomimetic synthesis, antileishmanial, antimalarial, and antimicrobial activitiesq  Sandip B. Bharate,a Shabana I. Khan,b Babu L. Tekwani,b Melissa Jacob,b Ikhlas A. Khanb and Inder Pal Singha,*  2008  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry  16, 1328–1336  Amit shard   
1010  Synthesis and antimalarial evaluation of novel isocryptolepine derivatives   Louise R. Whittell a,b, Kevin T. Batty a,b, Rina P.M. Wong c, Erin M. Bolitho a,b, Simon A. Fox a,b, Timothy M.E. Davis c, Paul E. Murray  2011  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry   19, 7519–7525  Amit shard   
1011  Synthesis, antimalarial activity, and cellular toxicity of new arylpyrrolylaminoquinolines   Manolo Casagrande a, Nicoletta Basilico b, Chiara Rusconi a, Donatella Taramelli b, Anna Sparatore  2010  Bioorg. Med. Chem.   18, 6625–6633  Amit shard   
1012  Synthesis of isoquinuclidine analogs of chloroquine: Antimalarial and antileishmanial activity   M. O. Faruk Khan,  2007  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry   15, 3919–3925  Amit shard   
1013  Antimalarials based on the dioxane scaffold of plakortin. A concise synthesis and SAR studies   Caterina Fattorusso a, Marco Persico a, Nicoletta Basilico b, Donatella Taramelli b, Ernesto Fattorusso a,Fernando Scala a, Orazio Taglialatela-Scafati a,⇑  2011  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry   19, 312–320  Amit shard   
1014  ckwell Publishing, Ltd. Estimating admixture proportions with microsatellites: comparison of methods based on simulated data  M. CHOISY,* P. FRANCK†and J.-M. CORNUET  2004  Molecular Ecology   13, 955 – 968  Vikas   
1015  Suzuki–Miyaura reactions in PEG–water solutions using Pd/BaSO4as catalytic source  Andr´ ea Luzia F. de Souza, Aires da Conceic, ao Silva andO. A. C. Antunes  2009  Appl. Organometal. Chem.  23, 5–8  Rajesh Kumar   
1016  On the Nature of the Active Species in Palladium Catalyzed Mizoroki–Heck and Suzuki–Miyaura Couplings – Homogeneous or Heterogeneous Catalysis, A Critical Review  Nam T. S. Phan, Matthew Van Der Sluys, Christopher W. Jones  2006  Adv. Synth. Catal.  348, 609 –679  Rajesh Kumar   
1017  Photoluminescence and trans → cis Photoisomerization of Aminostyrene-Conjugated Phenylpyridine C^N Ligands and Their Complexes with Platinum(II): The Styryl Position and the Amino Substituent Effects  Che-Jen Lin, Yi-Hung Liu, Shie-Ming Peng, and Jye-Shane Yang*  2012  J. Phys. Chem. B   116, 8222−8232  Amit shard   
1018  New Catalysts for Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling Reactions of Heteroatom-Substituted Heteroaryl Chlorides  Anil S. Guram,* Xiang Wang, Emilio E. Bunel, Margaret M. Faul, Robert D. Larsen, and  2007  J. Org. Chem.  72, 5104-5112  Rajesh Kumar   
1019  Two-Photon Absorption Properties of Two-Dimensional π-Conjugated Chromophores: Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study  Koji Ohta,* Satoru Yamada,† and Kenji Kamada  2011  J. Phys. Chem. A,   Vol. 115, No. 2,   Amit shard   
1020  A Simple Recipe for Sophisticated Cocktails: Organocatalytic One-Pot Reactions—Concept, Nomenclature, and Future Perspectives  Łukasz Albrecht, Hao Jiang, and Karl Anker Jørgensen  2011  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   50, 8492 – 8509  Amit shard   
1021  Microwave-assisted Sonogashira coupling of novel 2-[6-(arylethynyl)pyridin-3-yl]-1H-benzimidazole derivatives   Changdev Namdev Raut,a,b Ramchandra Bhimrao Mane,a Sandeep Mukunda Bagul,b Ravindra Ashok Janrao,a and Pramod Pandurang Mahulikar b *  2009  ARKIVOC (  xi) 105-114  Amit shard   
1022  Suzuki Coupling Reactions in Pure Water Catalyzed by Supported Palladium – Relevance of the Surface Polarity of the Support  Saeeda S. Soomro,Christoph Rçhlich, Klaus Kçhler  2011  Adv. Synth. Catal.  353, 767 –775  Rajesh Kumar   
1023  18F Stilbenes and Styrylpyridines for PET Imaging of Aβ Plaques in Alzheimer’s Disease: A Miniperspective   Daniel SkovroHank F. Kung,*,†,‡ Seok Rye Choi,§ Wenchao Qu,† Wei Zhang,  2010  Journal of Medicinal Chemistry,   53, 3  Amit shard   
1024  Racemization-Free Synthesis of S-Alkylated Cysteines via Thiol-ene Reaction  Gemma Triola, Luc Brunsveld,, and Herbert Waldmann  2008  J. Org. Chem.  73, 3646–3649  Rajesh Kumar   
1025  Magical Power of Transition Metals: Past, Present, and Future (Nobel Lecture)**   Ei-ichi Negishi  2011  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   50, 6738 – 6764  Amit shard   
1026  A simple and efficient approach for the palladium-catalyzed ligand-free Suzuki reaction in water  Chun Liu,* Yixia Zhang, Ning Liu and Jieshan Qiu  2012  Green Chem.,   14, 2999-3003  Rajesh Kumar   
1027  Enantioselective protonation   Justin T. Mohr, Allen Y. Hong and Brian M. Stoltz*  2009  nature chemistry www.nature.com/naturechemistry  Amit shard   
1028  Clonal identification by microsatellite loci in sporadic flowering of a dwarf bamboo species,Sasa cernua  Keiko Kitamura, Takayuki Kawahara  2009  Journal of Plant Research  122:299–304  Vikas   
1029  Generation of cyclopenta[c]chromenes via a palladium-catalyzed reaction of 2-alkynylphenol with 2-alkynylvinyl bromidew   Huanhuan Wang,a Yong Luo,a Biao Zhu*b and Jie Wu*ac  2012  Chem. Commun., 1  48, 5581–5583 558  Amit shard   
1030  In silico design of tubulin-targeted antimitotic peptides   Stefano Pieraccini1, Giorgio Saladino1, Graziella Cappelletti2, Daniele Cartelli2, Pierangelo Francescato3, Giovanna Speranza3, Paolo Manitto3 and Maurizio Sironi1*  2009  NATURE CHEMISTRY   Amit shard   
1031  Chemistry of aminophenols. Part 1: Remarkable additive effect on Sonogashira cross-coupling of 2-carboxamidoaryl triflates and application to novel synthesis of indoles   Wei-Min Dai,* Dian-Shun Guo and Li-Ping   2001  Tetrahedron Letters   42 , 5275–5278  Amit shard   
1032  Blackwell Publishing Ltd Identifying adaptive genetic divergence among populations from genome scans  MARK A. BEAUMONT and DAVID J. BALDING  2004  Molecular Ecology   13, 969 – 980  Vikas   
1033  New insights from fine-scale spatial genetic structure analyses in plant populations  X. VEKEMANS*and O . J . HARDY  2004  Molecular Ecology   13, 921– 935  Vikas   
1034  Bayesian approaches for the analysis of population genetic structure: an example from Platanthera leucophaea (Orchidaceae)   KENT E. HOLSINGER and LISA E. WALLACE  2004  Molecular Ecology   13, 887 – 894   Vikas   
1035  AFLP-Based Detection of DNA Methylation   MINGLIANG XU**, XIANGQIAN LI**, and SCHUYLER S. KORBAN*  2000  Plant Molecular Biology Reporter   18: 361-368,   Vikas   
1036  Signal perception and transduction in plant defense responses  Yinong Yang, Jyoti Shah, and Daniel F. Klessig  1997  Genes Dev.   11: 1621-  Karan Acharya   
1037  Compatibility of plant protein extraction methods with mass spectrometry for proteome analysis  Inder S. Sheoran , Andrew R.S. Ross , Douglas J.H. Olson , Vipen K. Sawhney  2009  Elsevier  Plant Science 176  vandna sapehia   
1038  Heterogeneous Pd/C-Catalyzed Ligand-Free, Room-Temperature Suzuki–Miyaura Coupling Reactions in Aqueous Media  Tomohiro Maegawa, Yoshiaki Kitamura, Satoko Sako, Takahiro Udzu, Ai Sakurai,  2007  Chem. Eur. J.  13, 5937 –5943  Rajesh Kumar    
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1040  Richness and Composition of Vascular Plants and Cryptogams along a High Elevational Gradient on Buddha Mountain, Central Tibet  Chitra B. Baniya & Torstein Solhøy & Yngvar Gauslaa & Michael W. Palmer  2012  Folia Geobot  47:135–151  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
1041  Correlation Coefficients Between Different Methods of Expressing Bacterial Quantification Using Real Time PCR  Bahman Navidshad,1,2 Juan Boo Liang,2,* and Mohammad Faseleh Jahromi3  2012  Int J Mol Sci.  13(2): 2119–2132.  Himankshi   
1042  Plant Defense Response to Funga1 Pathogens  Rosario Vera-Estrella, Bronwyn J. Barkla, Verna J. Higgins, and Eduardo Blumwald  1994  Plant Physiol.   104: 209-215  Karan Acharya   
1043  Angioprotectin: an angiotensin II-like peptide causing vasodilatory effects  Vera Jankowski,* Markus To¨lle,* Robson A. S. Santos,‡ Thomas Gu¨nthner,* Eberhard Krause,§ Michael Beyermann,§ Pia Welker,† Michael Bader,  2011  The FASEB Journa  2988, 25   Amit shard   
1044  Angiotensin receptors: distribution, signalling and function  Diem T. DINH*, Albert G. FRAUMAN†, Colin I. JOHNSTON* and Maurice E. FABIANI  2001  Clinical Science   100, 481–492  Amit shard   
1045  3D Model for TM Region of the AT-1 Receptor in Complex with Angiotensin II Independently Validated by Site-Directed Mutagenesis Data  Gregory V. Nikiforovich1 and Garland R. Marshall   2001  Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications   286, 1204–1211  Amit shard   
1046  UV Resonance Raman Study of Angiotensin II Conformation in Nonaqueous Environments: Lipid Micelles and Acetonitrile  JANET S. W. HOLTZ, IGOR K. LEDNEV, SANFORD A. ASHER  2000  Biopolymers (Biospectroscopy),   Vol. 57, 55– 63   Amit shard   
1047  Modeling binding modes of angiotensin II and pseudopeptide analogues to the AT2 receptor  Christian Sko¨lda , Gregory Nikiforovichb , Anders Karle´ n a  2008  Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling   26, 991–1003  Amit shard   
1048  “On Water”: Unique Reactivity of Organic Compounds in Aqueous Suspension  Sridhar Narayan, John Muldoon, M. G. Finn,Valery V. Fokin, Hartmuth C. Kolb, and  2005  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  44, 3275 –3279  Rajesh Kumar   
1049  Highly Efficient Suzuki–Miyaura Coupling of Heterocyclic Substrates through Rational Reaction Design  Christoph A. Fleckenstein and Herbert Plenio  2008  Chem. Eur. J.  14, 4267 –4279  Rajesh Kumar   
1050  DFT Study of the [Cu-Angiotensin II]2+ Complex Structure Bo-Ra Kim and Ho-Tae Kim  Bo-Ra Kim and Ho-Tae Kim *  2012  Bull. Korean Chem. Soc  ., Vol. 33, No. 7 2407  Amit shard   
1051  Heck and Suzuki coupling reactions in water using poly(2-oxazoline)s functionalized with palladium carbene complexes as soluble, amphiphilic polymer supports  Daniel Scho¨nfelder, Oskar Nuyken, Ralf Weberskirch  2005  Journal of Organometallic Chemistry   690 4648–4655  Rajesh Kumar   
1052  Isolation, structure elucidation and antioxidant potential of the major phenolic and flavonoid compounds in brined olive drupes  R.W. Owena, R. Haubnera, W. Mierb, A. Giacosac, W.E. Hulld, B. Spiegelhaldera, H. Bartscha  2003  Food and Chemical Toxicology  41,703–717  Eshita Sharma   
1053  Quantification strategies in real-time PCR  Michael W. Pfaffl  2000  A-Z of quantitative PCR (Editor: SA Bustin)  Chaper 3 pages 87 - 112   HIMANKSHI   
1054  Induction of defense-related proteins in tomato roots treated with Pseudomonas fluorescens Pf1 and Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici  V. Ramamoorthy, T. Raguchander & R. Samiyappan1  2002  Plant and Soil   239,55–68,  vandna sapehia   
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1056             
1057             
1058  Pesticidal activities in five medicinal plants collected from mid hills of western Himalayas  Dhananjay Kumar Tewary, Anu Bhardwaj, Adarsh Shanker ∗  2005  Industrial Crops and Products   22 & 241–247  urvashi   
1059  Pesticidal activities in five medicinal plants collected from mid hills of western Himalayas  Dhananjay Kumar Tewary, Anu Bhardwaj, Adarsh Shanker   2005  Industrial Crops and Products   22 & 241–247  urvashi   
1060  Pesticidal activities in five medicinal plants collected from mid hills of western Himalayas  Dhananjay Kumar Tewary, Anu Bhardwaj, Adarsh Shanker   2005  Industrial Crops and Products   22 & 241–247  urvashi   
1061  Activation of Aryl Chlorides for SuzukiCross-Coupling by Ligandless,Heterogeneous Palladium   Carl R. LeBlond,Arthur T. Andrews, Yongkui Sun, and John R. Sowa, Jr  2001  Org. Lett.,Vol.   3, No. 10  Rajesh Kumar   
1062  Microwave-Assisted Synthesis in Water as Solvent  Doris Dallinger and C. Oliver Kappe  2007  Chem. Rev.  107,2563−2591  Rajesh Kumar   
1063  A Reassessment of the Transition-Metal Free Suzuki-Type Coupling Methodology   Riina K. Arvela,†Nicholas E. Leadbeater,*,†Michael S. Sangi,†Victoria A. Williams, Patricia Granados,‡  2005  J. Org. Chem.  70, 161-168  Rajesh Kumar   
1064  “All-water”chemistry of tandemN-alkylation–reduction–condensation for synthesis ofN-arylmethyl-2-substituted benzimidazoles  Damodara N. Kommi, Dinesh Kumar, Rohit Bansal, Rajesh Chebolu and Asit K. Chakraborti  2012  Green Chem.,   14, 3329–3335  Rajesh Kumar   
1065  Highly Efficient Organic Reactions “on Water”, “in Water”, and Both  Nelly Shapiro and Arkadi Vigalok  2008  Angew. Chem.  120, 2891 –2894  Rajesh Kumar   
1066  A Highly Active Heterogeneous Palladium Catalyst for the Suzuki– Miyaura and Ullmann Coupling Reactions of Aryl Chlorides in Aqueous Media  Bizhen Yuan, Yingyi Pan, Yingwei Li,* Biaolin Yin, and Huanfeng Jiang  2010  Angew. Chem.  122, 4148 –4152  Rajesh Kumar   
1067  Catalyst-Free Conjugated Addition of Thiols tor,â-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds in Water  Gopal L. Khatik, Raj Kumar, and Asit K. Chakraborti  2006  Org. Lett.,  Vol. 8, No. 11,  Rajesh Kumar   
1068  Water promoted catalyst-free anti-Markovnikov addition of thiols to styrenes  Barahman Movassagh and Mozhgan Navidi   2008  ARKIVOC   (xv), 47-53  Rajesh Kumar   
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1071             
1072             
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1074  Predictive Mapping of Species Richness and Plant Species’ Distributions of a Peruvian Fog Oasis Along an Altitudinal Gradient  Jannes Muenchow, Achim Bra¨uning, Eric Frank Rodrıguez, and Henrik von Wehrden  2013  BIOTROPICA  45(5): 557–566  Arghadyuti Bnaerjee   
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1076  Induction of defense-related proteins in tomato roots treated with Pseudomonas fluorescens Pf1 and Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici  V. Ramamoorthy, T. Raguchander & R. Samiyappan1  2002  Plant and Soil   239,55–68,  vandna sapehia   
1077  Synthesis, Properties, and OFETCharacteristics of 5,50-Di(2-azulenyl)-2,20-bithiophene (DAzBT) and 2,5-Di(2-azulenyl)-thieno[3,2-b]thiophene (DAzTT)  Yuji Yamaguchi, Yukihiro Maruya, Hiroshi Katagiri,* Ken-ichi Nakayama, and  2012  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 14, No. 9,   Rajesh Kumar   
1078  18F Stilbenes and Styrylpyridines for PET Imaging of Aβ Plaques in Alzheimer’s Disease: A Miniperspective   Hank F. Kung,*,†,‡ Seok Rye Choi,§ Wenchao Qu,† Wei Zhang,§ and Daniel Skovronsky†,§ †  2010  J. Med. Chem.   53, 933–941 933  Amit shard   
1079  Simulta neous Transcriptome Analysis of Sorghum and Bipolaris sorg hicola by Using RNA-seq in Combination with De Novo Transcript ome Assembly   Takayuki Yazawa, Hiroyuki Kawahigashi, Takashi Matsumoto, Hiroshi Mizuno  2013  PLOS ONE  8 , e62460  parul goel   
1080  Production of Protease from Listeria monocytogenes  W. SHUMI,MD. TOWHID HOSSAIN AND M.N. ANWAR  2004  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE & BIOLOGY  6(6)  Richa Salwan   
1081  Ligand-Directed Control over Crystal Structures of Inorganic–Organic Frameworks and Formation of Solid Solutions**   Hamish H.-M. Yeung, Wei Li, Paul J. Saines, Thomas K. J. Kçster, Clare P. Grey, and Anthony K. Cheetham  2013  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   52, 1 – 5  Amit shard   
1082  Enzymatic characterization of a serralysin-like metalloprotease from the entomopathogen bacterium, Xenorhabdus  Mustafa K. Massaoud, Judit Marokházi, István Venekei  2011  Biochimica et Biophysica Acta  1814:1333–1339  Richa Salwan   
1083  Direct Access to Benzo[b]furans through Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidative Annulation of Phenols and Unactivated Internal Alkynes**   Malleswara Rao Kuram, M. Bhanuchandra, and Akhila K. Sahoo  2013  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  52, 1 – 7  Amit shard   
1084  A Three-Component Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidative CC Coupling Reaction: A Domino Process in Two Dimensions**   Roshan Y. Nimje, Mikko V. Leskinen, and Petri M. Pihko  2013  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   52, 1 – 6  Amit shard   
1085  Stilbene derivatives promote Ago2-dependent tumoursuppressive microRNA activity   Keitaro Hagiwara, Nobuyoshi Kosaka, Yusuke Yoshioka, Ryou-u Takahashi, Fumitaka Takeshita & Takahiro Ochiya  2012  Scientific Reports 2,  Article number: 314 doi:10.1038/srep00314  Amit shard   
1086  Highly sensitive biological and chemical sensors based on reversible fluorescence quenching in a conjugated polymer   Liaohai Chen†, Duncan W. McBranch‡, Hsing-Lin Wang‡, Roger Helgeson§, Fred Wudl§, and David G. Whitten‡¶  1999  PNAS   22,12287–12292  Amit shard   
1087  Synthesis of stilbene derivatives with inhibition of SARS coronavirus replication   Yue-Qing Li a, Ze-Lin Li b, Wei-Jie Zhao a,*, Rui-Xing Wen b, Qing-Wei Meng a, Yi Zeng  2006  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry   41,1084–1089  Amit shard   
1088  Stereoselective Preparation of (E)- and (Z)-r-Fluorostilbenes via Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reaction of High E/Z Ratio and (Z)-1-Bromo-1-fluoroalkenes   Jianjun Xu and Donald J. Burton*  2006  J. Org. Chem.   71, 3743-3747  Amit shard   
1089  Orchid species richness along Himalayan elevational gradients  Kamal P. Acharya, Ole R. Vetaas and H. J. B. Birks  2011  Journal of Biogeography  38, 1821–1833  Arghadyuti Banerjee   
1090  Diversity and enzyme properties of protease-producing bacteria isolated from sub-Antarctic sediments of Isla de Los Estados, Argentina  Nelda L. Olivera Æ Cynthia Sequeiros Æ Marina L. Nievas  2007  Extremophiles  11:517–526  Richa Salwan   
1091  Factors Affecting the Levels of Tea Polyphenols and Caffeine in Tea Leaves  yau jhen tsai  2003  J. Agric. Food Chem.  51 (7), pp 1864–1873  Eshita Sharma   
1092  Cloning and Characterization of A Gene Encoding Algicidal Serine Protease from Pseudoalteromonas sp. Strain A28  DAIKI KOHNO, YUICHI SAKIYAMA, SUN-OG LEE, NOBORU TAKIGUCHI, ATSUSHI MITSUTANI, HIROTAKA KITAGUCHI and JUNICHI KATO  2007  Journal of Environmental Biotechnology  Vol. 7, No. 2, 99–102  Richa Salwan   
1093  Cloning and Expression of Islandisin, a New Thermostable Subtilisin from Fervidobacterium islandicum, in Escherichia coli  Carolin Go¨dde, Kerstin Sahm, Stan J. J. Brouns, Leon D. Kluskens, John van der Oost, Willem M. de Vos, and Garabed Antranikian  2005  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY  71(7);3951-3958  Richa Salwan   
1094  Cloning of a Fibrinolytic Enzyme (Subtilisin) Gene From Bacillus subtilis in Escherichia coli  Younes Ghasemi • Fatemeh Dabbagh • Abdollah Ghasemian  2012  Mol Biotechnol   52:1–7  Richa Salwan   
1095  Cloning, expression and characterisation of an HtrA-like serine protease produced in vivo by Mycobacterium leprae  Michelle Lopes Ribeiro-Guimarães1,2, Eliana Blini Marengo3, Antonio Jorge Tempone1, Julio Jablonski Amaral1,2, Clécio F Klitzke3, Erika K Xavier da Silveira1, Fernanda Calheta Vieira Portaro3, Maria Cristina Vidal Pessolani1  2009  Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro  104(8): 1132-1138  Richa Salwan   
1096  Cloning and Characterization of the Gene for an Additional Extracellular Serine Protease of Bacillus subtilis  ALAN SLOMA,* GERALD A. RUFO, JR., KELLY A. THERIAULT, MAUREEN DWYER, SARAH W. WILSON, AND JANICE PERO  1991  JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY   173(21);6889-6885  Richa Salwan   
1097  Stability studies of protease from Bacillus cereus BG1  Basma Ghorbel, Alya Sellami-Kamoun, Moncef Nasri  2003  Enzyme and Microbial Technology  32:513-518  Richa Salwan   
1098  Optimization of physical factors affecting the production of thermo-stable organic solvent-tolerant protease from a newly isolated halo tolerant Bacillus subtilis strain Rand  Randa A Abusham, Raja Noor Zaliha RA Rahman, Abu Bakar Salleh and Mahiran Basri  2009  Microbial Cell Factories  8:20  Richa Salwan   
1099  Purification and biochemical characterization of a novel glutamyl endopeptidase secreted by a clinical isolate of Staphylococcus aureus  Jong Woo Par k1, Jung Eun Par k1, Jong Kun Par k2 and Jung Sup Lee 1  2011  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF Moleoleolecularularularular Medicineineine  27: 637-645  Richa Salwan   
1100  Studies on production of thermostable alkaline protease from thermophilic and alkaliphilic Bacillus sp. JB-99 in a chemically defined medium  B. Johnvesly, G.R. Naik  2001  Process Biochemistry   37:139–144  Richa Salwan   
1101  Alkaline protease production by alkaliphilic marine bacteria isolated from Marsa-Matrouh (Egypt) with special emphasis on Bacillus cereus purified protease  Gehan M. Abou-Elela1*, Hassan A. H. Ibrahim1, Sahar W. Hassan1, Hanan Abd-Elnaby1 and Nabil M. K. El-Toukhy2  2011  African Journal of Biotechnology  10920;4631-4642  Richa Salwan   
1102  Laundry detergent compatibility of the alkaline protease from Bacillus cereus  Rathindra Mohan Banika, Monika Prakash  2004  Microbiological Research   159:135-140  Richa Salwan   
1103  CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL EXTRACELLULAR PROTEASE PRODUCED BY MARINE BACTERIAL ISOLATE FROM THE INDIAN OCEAN  Rachana Fulzele, Elisha DeSa, Amit Yadav, Yogesh Shouche, Rama Bhadekar  2011  Brazilian Journal of Microbiology  42: 1364-1373  Richa Salwan   
1104  Purification and characterization of a cold active alkaline protease from Stenotrophomonas sp., isolated from Kashmir, India  Iram Saba • Parvaiz H. Qazi • Shabir A. Rather • Refaz A. Dar • Qurrat A. Qadri • Nasier Ahmad • Sarojini Johri • Subash C. Taneja • Sami Shawl  2012  World J Microbiol Biotechnol  28:1071–1079  Richa Salwan   
1105  Ecological significance and some biotechnological application of an organic solvent stable alkaline serine protease from Bacillus subtilis strain DM-04  Sudhir K. Rai, Ashis K. Mukherjee  2009  Bioresource Technology  100:2642–2645  Richa Salwan   
1106  A novel alkaline protease with antiproliferative activity from fresh fruiting bodies of the toxic wild mushroom Amanita farinosa  Jian Sun, Yongchang Zhao, Hongmei Chai, Hexiang Wang and Tzi Bun Ng  2011  Acta Biochimica polonica  58(4):567-572  Richa Salwan   
1107  Comparative one-factor-at-a-time, response surface (statistical) and bench-scale bioreactor level optimization of thermoalkaline protease production from a psychrotrophic Pseudomonas putida SKG-1 isolate  Santosh K Singh, Sanjay K Singh, Vinayak R Tripathi, Sunil K Khare and Satyendra K Garg  2011  Microbial Cell Factories  10:114  Richa Salwan   
1108  Alkaline protease production by immobilized cells of Bacillus pumilis MTCC 2296 in various matrices  Deepika Kumari, Neetu Sharma, Gulab Pandove, Varenyam Achal  2009  Life Science Journal  6(2): 8 – 10  Richa Salwan   
1109  Potential of Alkaline Protease Isolated from Thermoactinomyces sp. RM4 as an Alternative to Conventional Chemicals in Leather Industry Dehairing Process  Amit Verma, Hukum Singh Pal, Rachna Singh and Sanjeev Agarwal  2011  International journal of agricultaral, environmental and biotechnology  4(2):173-178  Richa Salwan   
1110  16SrRNA and enzymatic diversity of culturable bacteria from the sediments of oxygen minimum zone in the Arabian Sea  Baby Divya • K. V. Soumya • Shanta Nair  2010  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek  98:9–18  Richa Salwan   
1111  Efficient Leather Dehairing by Bacterial Thermostable Protease  Jatavathu Madhavi, Jatavathu Srilakshmi, M. V. Raghavendra Rao and K. R. S. Sambasiva Rao  2011  International Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology  3(4)  Richa Salwan   
1112  Screening of alkalophilic thermophilic protease isolated from Bacillus RV.B2.90 for Industrial applications  Vijayalakshmi S, Venkatkumar S and Thankamani V  2011  Research in Biotechnology  2(3): 32-41  Richa Salwan   
1113  Cold-active hydrolases producing bacteria from two different sub-glacial Himalayan lakes  Harmesh Sahay1, Bandamaravuri Kishore Babu, Surendra Singh, Rajeev Kaushik, Anil K. Saxena and Dilip K. Arora  2012  Journal of Basic Microbiology  52:1-13  Richa Salwan   
1114  Extracellular enzymes produced by microorganisms isolated from maritime Antarctica  Lyliam Loperena • Vero´nica Soria • Hermosinda Varela • Sandra Lupo • Alejandro Bergalli • Mairan Guigou • Andre´s Pellegrino • Angela Bernardo • Ana Calvino • Federico Rivas • Silvia Batista  2012  World J Microbiol Biotechnol  28:2249–2256  Richa Salwan   
1115  Bacterial Diversity and Bioprospecting for Cold-Active Hydrolytic Enzymes from Culturable Bacteria Associated with Sediment from Nella Fjord, Eastern Antarctica  Yong Yu *, Hui-Rong Li, Yin-Xin Zeng and Bo Chen  2011  Marine Drugs  9, 184-195  Richa Salwan   
1116  Extracellular proteases from the Antarctic marine Pseudoalteromonas sp. P96-47 strain  S.C. VÁZQUEZ, E. HERNÁNDEZ, W.P. MAC CORMACK  2008  Revista Argentina de Microbiología  40: 63-71  Richa Salwan   
1117  Bacterial Diversity and Bioprospecting for Cold-Active Lipases, Amylases and Proteases, from Culturable Bacteria of Kongsfjorden and Ny-A° lesund, Svalbard, Arctic  T. N. R. Srinivas S. S. S. Nageswara Rao P. Vishnu Vardhan Reddy M. S. Pratibha B. Sailaja B. Kavya K. Hara Kishore Z. Begum S. M. Singh S. Shivaji  2009  Curr Microbiol  59:537–547  Richa Salwan   
1118  Identification and characterization of alkaline serine protease from goat skin surface metagenome  Paul Lavanya Pushpam, Thangamani Rajesh, Paramasamy Gunasekaran  2011  AMB Express  1(3):1-10  Richa Salwan   
1119  Characterization of a Protease from a Psychrotroph, Pseudomonas fluorescens 114  TETSUO HAMAMOTO, MOTOHIRO KANEDA, KOKI HORIKOSHI, AND TOSHIAKI KUDO  1994  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY  60;3878-3880  Richa Salwan   
1120  Cloning and Sequencing of an Alkaline Protease Gene from Bacillus lentus and Amplification of the Gene on the B. lentus Chromosome by an Improved Technique  PER LINÅ JØRGENSEN, MARTIN TANGNEY, POUL ERIK PEDERSEN, SVEN HASTRUP, BØRGE DIDERICHSEN, AND STEEN T. JØRGENSEN  2000  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY  66:825–827  Richa Salwan   
1121  Cold-Adapted Enzymes from Marine Antarctic Microorganisms  J-C. Marx, T. Collins, S. D_Amico, G. Feller, C. Gerday  2007  marine Biotechnology  9, 293–304  Richa Salwan   
1122  Cultivable Bacterial Diversity of Alkaline Lonar Lake, India  Amarja A. Joshi & Pradnya P. Kanekar & Anita S. Kelkar & Yogesh S. Shouche & Aijaz A. Vani & Suchitra B. Borgave & Seema S. Sarnaik  2008  Microb Ecol  55:163–172  Richa Salwan   
1123  Diversity of extracellular proteases among Aeromonas determined by zymogram analysis  J. Zacaria, A.P.L. Delamare, S.O.P. Costa and S. Echeverrigaray  2010  Journal of Applied Microbiology  109 : 212–219  Richa Salwan   
1124  Diversity of Both the Cultivable Protease-Producing Bacteria and Their Extracellular Proteases in the Sediments of the South China Sea  Ming-Yang Zhou & Xiu-Lan Chen & Hui-Lin Zhao & Hong-Yue Dang & Xi-Wu Luan & Xi-Ying Zhang & Hai-Lun He & Bai-Cheng Zhou & Yu-Zhong Zhang  2009  Microb Ecol  58:582–590  Richa Salwan   
1125  A rapid and effective procedure for screening protease mutants  Lstvan Venekei, Lizbeth Hedstrom and William J.Rutter  1996  Protein Engineerlug  9:85-93  Richa Salwan   
1126  Phylogenetic diversity of numerically important arctic sea ice bacteria cultured at subzero temperature  K. Jung, F Imhoff,T Staley, JW Daming  2002  Microb Ecol  43:315-328  Richa Salwan   
1127  Marine metagenomics: strategies for the discovery of novel enzymes with biotechnological applications from marine environments  Jonathan Kennedy, Julian R Marchesi and Alan DW Dobson  2008  Microbial Cell Factories  7:27  Richa Salwan   
1128  Phylogenetic diversity of soda lake alkaliphiles  A.W. Duckworth , W.D. Grant, B.E. Jones, R. van Steenbergen  1996  FEMS Microbiology Ecology  19:181-191  Richa Salwan   
1129  Microbial alkaline proteases: From a bioindustrial viewpoint  C. Ganesh Kumara, Hiroshi Takagi  1999  Biotechnology Advances  17:561-694  Richa Salwan   
1130  Phylogenetic and Metabolic Diversity of Planctomycetes from Anaerobic, Sulfide- and Sulfur-Rich Zodletone Spring, Oklahoma  Mostafa S. Elshahed, Noha H. Youssef, Qingwei Luo, Fares Z. Najar, Bruce A. Roe, Tracy M. Sisk, Solveig I. Bu¨hring, Kai-Uwe Hinrichs, and Lee R. Krumholz  2007  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY  73:4707–4716  Richa Salwan   
1131  Molecular diversity and enzymatic potential of salt-tolerant alkaliphilic actinomycetes  S. P. Singh, J.T. Thumar , S.D. Gohel, and M. K. Purohit  2010  Current research technology and education topica in applied microbiology and microbial biotechnlogy  280-286  Richa Salwan   
1132  Isolation of cold-active, acidic endocellulase from Ladakh soil by functional metagenomics  Archana Bhat, Syed Riyaz-Ul-Hassan, Nasier Ahmad, Nidhi Srivastava, Sarojini Johri  2013  Extremophiles  17(2):229-239  Hena Dhar   
1133  Direct monitoring of extracellular protease activities in microbial cultures  Cecile Girard, Dominique Michaud  2002  Analytical Biochemistry  308:388-391  Richa Salwan   
1134  Isolation and characterization of cellulose-degrading bacteria from the deep subsurface of the Homestake gold mine, Lead, South Dakota, USA  Gurdeep Rastogi, Geetha L. Muppidi, Raghu N. Gurram, Akash Adhikari, Kenneth M. BischoV, Stephen R. Hughes, William A. Apel, Sookie S. Bang, David J. Dixon, Rajesh K. Sani  2009  J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol  36:585–598  Hena Dhar   
1135  Purification and Partial Characterization of Thermostable Serine Alkaline Protease from a Newly Isolated Bacillus subtilis PE-11  Kunamneni Adinarayana, Poluri Ellaiah, and Davuluri Siva Prasad  2003  AAPS PharmSciTech  4:1-9  Richa Salwan   
1136  Purification and characterisation of extracellular protease produced by Clostridium sp. from Schirmacher oasis, Antarctica  S.I. Alama, Smita Dubeb, G.S.N. Reddyb, B.K. Bhattacharyac, S. Shivaji, Lokendra Singha  2005  Enzyme and Microbial Technology  36:824-831  Richa Salwan   
1137  A Rapid and Sensitive Method for the Quantitation of Microgram Quantities of Protein Utilizing the Principle of Protein-Dye Binding  Marion M, bradford  1976  ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY  72, 248-254  Richa Salwan   
1138  Microbial proteases in peptide synthesis: approaches and applications  Dinesh Kumar . Tek Chand Bhalla  2005  Appl Microbiol Biotechnol  68:726-736  Richa Salwan   
1139  Isolation and Characterization of Cellulose-decomposing Bacteria Inhabiting Sawdust and Coffee Residue Composts  Mohamed Fathallh Eida, Toshinori Nagaoka, Jun Wasaki And Kenji Kouno  2012  Microbes Environ  27(3): 226–233  Hena Dhar   
1140  Purification and stability characteristics of an alkaline serine protease from a newly isolated Haloalkaliphilic bacterium sp. AH-6  M. S. Dodia Æ C. M. Rawal Æ H. G. Bhimani Æ R. H. Joshi Æ S. K. Khare Æ S. P. Singh  2008  J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol  35:121-131  Richa Salwan   
1141  Purification, Characterization, and Sequencing of an Extracellular Cold-Active Aminopeptidase Produced by Marine Psychrophile Colwellia psychrerythraea Strain 34H  Adrienne L. Huston, Barbara Methe, and Jody W. Deming  2004  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY  70:3321-3328  Richa Salwan   
1142  Puri¢cation and characterisation of a serine peptidase from the marine psychrophile strain PA-43  Jane A. Irwin, Gudni A. Alfredsson , Anthony J. Lanzetti , Ha£idi M. Gudmundsson , Paul C. Engel   2001  FEMS Microbiology Letters  201:285-290  Richa Salwan   
1143  Hydrolytic enzyme activity of Paenibacillus sp. strain B2 and effects of the antagonistic bacterium on cell integrity of two soil-borne pathogenic fungi  S.W. Budi, D. van Tuinen, C. Arnould, E. Dumas-Gaudot, V. Gianinazzi-Pearson, S. Gianinazzi  2000  Applied Soil Ecology   15: 191–199  Hena Dhar   
1144  Microarray Analysis of the Nitrate Response in Arabidopsis Roots and Shoots Reveals over 1,000 Rapidly Responding Genes and New Linkages to Glucose, Trehalose-6-Phosphate, Iron, and Sulfate Metabolism   Rongchen Wang, Mamoru Okamoto, Xiujuan Xing, and Nigel M. Crawford  2012  Plant Physiology  Vol. 132, pp. 556–567  parul goel   
1145  PRODUCTION OF MODERATELY HALOTOLERANT, SDS STABLE ALKALINE PROTEASE FROM BACILLUS CEREUS MTCC 6840 ISOLATED FROM LAKE NAINITAL, UTTARANCHAL STATE, INDIA  Gopal K. Joshi1; Sarvesh Kumar; Vinay Sharma  2007  Brazilian Journal of Microbiology  38:773-779  Richa Salwan   
1146  Studies on detergent additives of protease enzyme from an estuarine bacterium Bacillus cereus  Kanmani, R., S. Dhivya, S. Jayalakshmi and P. Vijayabaskar  2011  International Research Journal of Biotechnology  2(7) 157-163  Richa Salwan   
1147  Crystal Structures of Paenibacillus polymyxa β-Glucosidase B Complexes Reveal the Molecular Basis of Substrate Specificity and Give New Insights into the Catalytic Machinery of Family I Glycosidases  Pablo Isorna, Julio Polaina, Lorena Latorre-García, Francisco Javier Cañada, Beatriz González and Julia Sanz-Aparicio  2007  J. Mol. Biol.   371: 1204–1218  Hena Dhar   
1148  Directed Evolution of b-Glucosidase A from Paenibacillus polymyxa to Thermal Resistance  Gracia Gonzalez-Blasco, Juliana Sanz-Aparicio, Beatriz Gonzalez, Juan A. Hermoso, and Julio Polaina  2000  The Journal of Biological Chemistry  275(18): 13708–13712  Hena Dhar   
1149  Characterization of Calcium-Activated Bifunctional Peptidase of the Psychrotrophic Bacillus cereus  Jong-Il Kim*, Sun-Min Lee and Hyun-Joo Jung  2005  The Journal of Microbiology  43:237-243  Richa Salwan   
1150  Nitrate-specific and cytokinin-mediated nitrogen signaling pathways in plants   Hitoshi Sakakibara  2003  J Plant Res  116:253–257  parul goel   
1151  Deciphering the Mechanism of Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibition with Coumarins and Thiocoumarins   Alfonso Maresca,‡ Claudia Temperini,‡ Lionel Pochet,§ Bernard Masereel,§ Andrea Scozzafava,‡ and Claudiu T. Supuran*,‡  2010  J. Med. Chem.  53, 335–344 335  Amit shard   
1152  Heteroatom-Substituted Analogues of Orphan Nuclear Receptor Small Heterodimer Partner Ligand and Apoptosis Inducer (E)-4-[3-(1-Adamantyl)-4-hydroxyphenyl]-3-chlorocinnamic Acid Zebin Xia,† Lulu Farhana,‡ Ricardo G. Correa,† Jayanta K. Das,‡ David J. Castro,† Jinghua Yu,†   Robert G. Oshima,† John C. Reed,† Joseph A. Fontana,‡ and Marcia I. Dawson*,†  2011  |J. Med. Chem.   54, 3793–3816  Amit shard   
1153  Histone Deacetylase Inhibitors: From Bench to Clinic *   Marielle Paris, Marina Porcelloni, Monica Binaschi, and Daniela Fattori  2008  Journal of Medicinal Chemistry,   Vol. 51, No. 6  Amit shard   
1154                           Synthesis and in vitro evaluation of novel coumarin-chalcone hybrids as potential Anticancer agents   Koneni V. Sashidhara a,*, Abdhesh Kumar a, Manoj Kumar a Jayanta Sarkar b and Sudhir Sinha  2010  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters,   20(24), 7205-7211  Amit shard   
1155  Hybrid molecules based on distamycin A as potential antitumor agents   Pier Giovanni Baraldi,*a Abdel Naser Zaid,b Delia Preti, a Francesca Fruttarolo, a Mojgan Aghazadeh Tabrizi, a Antonietta Iaconinoto, a Maria Giovanna Pavani, a Maria Dora Carrion, a Carlota Lopez Cara, a and Romeo Romagnoli a  2006  ARKIVOC   (vii) 20-34  Amit shard   
1156  Synopsis of Some Recent Tactical Application of Bioisosteres in Drug Design   Nicholas A. Meanwell*  2011  J. Med. Chem.   54, 2529–2591  Amit shard   
1157  Modulating Retinoid X Receptor with a Series of (E)-3-[4-Hydroxy-3-(3-alkoxy-5,5,8,8-tetramethyl-5,6,7,8-tetrahydronaphthalen-2-yl)phenyl]acrylic Acids and Their 4-Alkoxy Isomers† Efre´n Pe´rez Santı´n,| Pierre Germain,§,⊥ Fabien Quillard,‡ Harshal Khanwalkar,⊥ Fa´tima Rodrı´guez-Barrios,|   Hinrich Gronemeyer,*,⊥ A´ ngel R. de Lera,*,| and William Bourguet*,‡,§  2009  J. Med. Chem.   52, 3150–3158  Amit shard   
1158  Potent and Selective Phosphopeptide Mimetic Prodrugs Targeted to the Src Homology 2 (SH2) Domain of Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription 3   Pijus K. Mandal,† Fengqin Gao,† Zhen Lu,† Zhiyong Ren,§,|| Rajagopal Ramesh,‡,^ J. Sanderson Birtwistle,† Kumaralal K. Kaluarachchi,† Xiaomin Chen,§,# Robert C. Bast, Jr.,† Warren S. Liao,*,† and John S. McMurray*,†  2011  J. Med. Chem.   54, 3549–3563  Amit shard   
1159  Simulta neous Transcriptome Analysis of Sorghum and Bipolaris sorg hicola by Using RNA-seq in Combination with De Novo Transcript ome Assembly   Takayuki Yazawa, Hiroyuki Kawahigashi, Takashi Matsumoto, Hiroshi Mizuno  2013  PLOS ONE  8 , e62460  parul goel   
1160  Biochemical standerdisation of stem bark of pterocarpus marsupium(Roxb.)  Udaysing hari patil etal.  2011  Pharmacophore  2:65-71  Kavita Thakur   
1161  Organocatalysis Lost: Modern Chemistry, Ancient Chemistry, and an Unseen Biosynthetic Apparatus   Carlos F. Barbas  2007  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   46, 2 – 8  Amit shard   
1162  Inositol Polyphosphate Multikinase Is a Coactivator of p53-Mediated Transcription and Cell Death  Risheng Xu1,2*, Nilkantha Sen3*, Bindu D. Paul3, Adele M. Snowman3, Feng Rao3, M. Scott Vandiver1,2, Jing Xu3, and Solomon H.  2013  Sci. Signal.  Vol. 6, Issue 269, p. ra22  Amit shard   
1163  Thiol–Ene Click Chemistry**   Charles E. Hoyle[†] and Christopher N. Bowman*  2010  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   49, 1540 – 1573  Amit shard   
1164  A Stepwise Huisgen Cycloaddition Process: Copper()-Catalyzed Regioselective ™Ligation∫ of Azides and Terminal Alkynes**   Vsevolod V. Rostovtsev, Luke G. Green, Valery V. Fokin,* and K. Barry Sharpless*  2002  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.   41, No. 14  Amit shard   
1165  Mechanism of action of natural products used in the treatment of diabetes mellintus  Pranav kumar prabhakar and mukesh doble  2011  The chinese journal of intergrated Traditional and western medicines  8:563-574  Kavita Thakur   
1166  Transcriptome response to nitrogen starvation in rice   HONGMEICAI ,YONGENLU,WEIBOXIE,TONGZHU andXINGMINGLIAN1 ,  2012  J. Biosci.  37, 731–747  parul goel   
1167  Fluorescent pigment and phenol glucosides from the heartwood of pterocarpus marsupium  basudeb achari, pradeep k .dutta etal.  2012  Journal of Natural Products  75:655-660  Kavita Thakur   
1168  Derivatives of benzimidazole Pharmacophore:Synthesis, anticonvulsant, antidiabetic and DNA cleavage studies.  Ramya V.Shinalapur etal.  2010  EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY  45:1753-1759  Kavita Thakur   
1169  phytochemical screening and microbicidal activity of stem bark of Pterocarpus marsupium  Udaysing hari patil etal.  2011  IJPSR  2:36-40  Kavita Thakur   
1170  Global transcriptome profiles of Camellia sinensis during cold acclimation   Xin-Chao Wang 1 † , Qiong-Yi Zhao 2,3 † , Chun-Lei Ma 1 , Zong-Hong Zhang 3 , Hong-Li Cao 1 , Yi-Meng Kong 2 , Chuan Yue 1 , Xin-Yuan Hao 1 , Liang Chen 1 , Jian-Qiang Ma 1 , Ji-Qiang Jin 1 , Xuan Li 2* and Ya-Jun Yang 1*  2013  BMC Genomics  14, 415-429  parul goel   
1171  REMI(Restriction Enzyme Mediated Integration) and its impact on isolation of pathogenicity genes in fungi attacking plants  Regine Kahmann and Christoph Basse  1999  European Journal of Plant Pathology  105: 221–229  Jayendra Kumar Himanshu   
1172  Agrobacterium -mediated transformation as a tool for functional genomics in fungi  Caroline B. Michielse Paul J. J. Hooykaas Cees A. M. J. J. van den Hondel Arthur F. J. Ram  2005  current genetics  48: 1–17  Jayendra Kumar Himanshu   
1173  Trichoderma harzianum elicits defence response genes in roots of potato plantlets challenged by Rhizoctonia solani  Adrien Gallou & Sylvie Cranenbrouck   2009  Eur J Plant Pathol   124:219–230  Karan Acharya   
1174  bioengineered golden indica rice cultivars with b-carotene metabolism in the endosperm with hygromycin and mannose selection systems  Karabi Datta et al  2003  Plant biotechnology journal  1, 81-90  Surbhi Mahajan   
1175  Genetic engineering of crop plants for fungal resistance: role of antifungal genes  Ceasar A S and Ignacimuthu S  2012  Biotechnol Lett  995-1002  surbhi   
1176  The development of Arabidopsis as a model plant  Maarten Koornneef, and David Meinke  2010  The Plant Journal (2010)   61, 909–921  Priyanka Bhadwal   
1177  T-DNA insertional mutagenesis in Arabidopsis: a tool for functional genomics  Resmi Nath Radhamony, Anand Mohan Prasad and Ramamurthy Srinivasan  2005  Electronic Journal of Biotechnology  Vol.8  Priyanka Bhadwal   
1178  Approaches to functional genomics in filamentous fungi  Richard J Weld1, Kim M Plummer1, 2, Margaret A Carpenter1, Hayley J Ridgway1  2006  Cell Research  16: 31-44  Jayendra Kumar Himanshu   
1179             
1180  Fungal pathogenicity genes in the age of ‘omics’  ANGELA P. VAN DE WOUW AND BARBARA J. HOWLETT  2011  MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY  12(5), 507–514  Jayendra Kumar Himanshu   
1181  Apoplastic tf-Amylase in Pea is Enhanced by Heat Stress  Padmavathi D. Commuri and Stanley H. Duke  1997  Plant Cell Physiol.   38(5), 625-630  Karan Acharya   
1182  Altered tapetal PCD and pollen wall development in the Arabidopsis ms1 mutant  Gema Vizcay-Barrena and Zoe A. Wilson  2006  Journal of Experimental Botany  57: 2709-2717  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1183  Trichoderma–plant–pathogen interactions  Francesco Vinalea,, Krishnapillai Sivasithamparamb,, Emilio L., Ghisalbertic.  2008  Soil Biology & Biochemistry, Elsevier.  40, 1-10  vandna sapehia   
1184  Antifungal metabolites from antagonistic fungi used to control tomato wilt fungus Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici  P. Sibounnavong1*, Charoenporn, C.2, S. Kanokmedhakul3 and K. Soytong4  2011  African Journal of Biotechnology  Vol. 10 (85), 19714-19722  vandna sapehia   
1185  Extending the benefits of antifungal proteins from plants  David W.M. Leung* and Hossein Alizadeh  2011  Science against microbial pathogens: communicating current research and technological advances  /microbiology3/book/1236-12431236-1242  vandna sapehia   
1186  Genetic estimates of population structure and gene flow: limitations, lessons and new directions  J.L. Bossart, D. Pashley Prowell  1998  TREE  13, 202-206  Vikas   
1187  Light Control of Arabidopsis Development Entails Coordinated Regulation of Genome Expression and Cellular Pathways  Ligeng Ma, a,b Jinming Li, c,d Lijia Qu, a Janet Hager, d,e Zhangliang Chen, a Hongyu Zhao, c and Xing Wang Deng a,b,  2001  The Plant Cell  Vol. 13, 2589–2607  Tanmay Vaidya   
1188  Cellulolytic bacterial biodiversity in long-term manure experimental sites  Niharendu Saha, Stephan Wirth and Andreas Ulrich  2013  African Journal of Agricultural Research   8(3): 299-307  Hena Dhar   
1189  Enumeration and characterization of cellulolytic bacteria from refuse of a landfill  Anne-Marie Pourcher, Laurent Sutra, Isabelle Hebe, Gerard Moguedet, Claude Bollet, Philippe Simoneau, Louis Gardan  2001  FEMS Microbiology Ecology   34: 229-241  Hena Dhar   
1190  Paenibacillus sp. Strain E18 Bifunctional Xylanase-Glucanase with a Single Catalytic Domain  Pengjun Shi, Jian Tian, Tiezheng Yuan, Xin Li, Huoqing Huang, Yingguo Bai, Peilong Yang, Xiaoyan Chen, Ningfeng Wu, and Bin Yao  2010  APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY  76(11): 3620–3624  Hena Dhar   
1191  Comparative study of the discriminating capacity of RAPD, AFLP and SSR markers and of their effectiveness in establishing genetic relationships in olive  A. Belaj · Z. Satovic · G. Cipriani · L. Baldoni · R. Testolin · L. Rallo · I. Trujillo  2003  Theoretical and Applied Genetics   107:736–744  Vikas   
1192  Two new species ofBambusa(Poaceae) from India  Pushpa Kumari 1 & Paramjit Singh  2009  KEW BULLETIN VOL  64: 565–571  Vikas   
1193  Genetic diversity and population genetic structure of pomegranate (Punica granatumL.) in Iran using AFLP markers  Maryam Moslemia,∗ , Mehdi Zahravi b , Gholamreza Bakhshi Khaniki  2010  Scientia Horticulturae  doi:10.1016/j.scienta.2010.08.007  Vikas   
1194  AFLP: a useful tool for biodiversity conservation and management  Vittorio Lucchini  2003  Plant Science  326, S43–S48  Vikas   
1195  ESTIMATING LEVELS OF GENE FLOW IN NATURAL POPULATIONS  MONTGOMERY SLATKIN   1981  Genetics   99: 32-335  Vikas   
1196  Genetic Differentiation and Estimation of Gene Flow from FStatistics Under Isolation by Distance  Franqois Rousset  1997  Genetics   145, 1219-1228  Vikas   
1197  The costs of reproduction in plants  José Ramón Obeso   2002  New Phytologist  155: 321 – 348  Vikas   
1198  Some Commercial Edible Bamboo Species of North East India: Production, Indigenous Uses, Cost-Benefit and Management Strategies  B.P. Bhatt, L.B. Singha, K. Singh and M.S. Sachan  2003  The Journal of the American Bamboo Society  17(1): 4-20  Vikas   
1199  Development of a species-specific AFLP-based SCAR marker for authentication of black muntjac (Muntiacus crinifrons)  WENMING LIANG, JIAN Y U, JIN LI, HAILONG WU and X I A O - B I N G W U  2011  Molecular Ecology Resources  11, 162–165  Vikas   
1200  Population genetics, molecular markers and the study of dispersal in plants  N. J. OUBORG*Y.PIQUOTand J. M. VAN GROENENDAEL  1999  Journal of Ecology  87, 551-568  Vikas   
1201  Bamboo Taxonomy and Diversity in the Era of Molecular Markeers  MALAY DAS,* SAMIK BHATTACHARYA,{ PARAMJIT SINGH, { TARCISO S. FILGUEIRAS, } AND AMITA PAL {  2011  Advances in Botanical Research  Vol. 4, 225-268  Vikas   
1202  A New Species of ChusqueaSect.Swallenochloa (Poaceae: Bambusoideae) from Bolivia  Lynn G. Clark  2003  The Journal of the American Bamboo Society   17(1): 55-58  Vikas   
1203  Conceptual analysis of methods applied to assessment of diversity within and distance between populations with asexual or mixed mode of reproduction  Evsey Kosman 1 and Kurt J. Leonard  2007  New Phytologist  174: 683–696  Vikas   
1204  A new system of comparing PCR primers applied to ISSR fingerprinting of potato cultivars  A. Prevostá M. J. Wilkinson  1998  Theoretical and Applied Genetics   98, 107-112  Vikas   
1205  Development of sex-linked AFLP markers inSimmondsia chinensis  M. AGARWAL, N. SHRIVASTAVAandH. PADH  2011  Plant Breeding  130, 114—116   Vikas   
1206  AFLP analyses demonstrate genetic divergence, hybridization, and multiple polyploidization in the evolution of Achillea(Asteraceae-Anthemideae)  Yan-Ping Guo 1 , Johannes Saukel 2 , Regina Mittermayr 2 and Friedrich Ehrendorfer  2005  New Phytologist  166: 273–290  Vikas   
1207  Culm Anatomy of Native Woody Bamboos in Argentina and Neighboring Areas: Cross Section.  Zulma E. Rúgolo de Agrasar and M. Fernanda Rodríguez  2003  The Journal of the American Bamboo Society   17(1): 28-43  Vikas   
1208  Ambiguity and an American Bamboo: The Chusquea culeouSpecies Complex  Jim Triplett and Lynn G. Clark  2003  The Journal of the American Bamboo Society   17(1): 21-27  Vikas   
1209  Morphology and taxonomy of the Top End Bamboo Bambusa arnhemicaF. Muell., a little-known bamboo from northern Australia   Donald C. Franklin  2003  The Journal of the American Bamboo Society   17(1): 44-54  Vikas   
1210  AFLP analysis ofAgave tequilanavarieties  Katia Gil-Vega a , Corina Dı ´az a , Alejandro Nava-Cedillo b , June Simpson  2006  Plant Science  170, 904–909  Vikas   
1211  AFLP-based molecular characterization of an elite germplasm collection ofJatropha curcas L., a biofuel plant   Leela Tatikonda a,b , Suhas P. Wani a , Seetha Kannan a , Naresh Beerelli b , Thakur K. Sreedevi a , David A. Hoisington a , Prathibha Devi b , Rajeev K. Varshney  2009  Plant Science  176,505–513  Vikas   
1212  Genetic differentiation and gene flow inColletotrichum sublineolumin Ethiopia, the centre of origin and diversity of sorghum, as revealed by AFLP analysis  A. Chala abc *, A. M. Tronsmo b and M. B. Brurberg  2010  Plant Pathology  Doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3059.2010.02389.x  Vikas   
1213  Cost-effective fluorescent amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) analyses using a three primer system  KAI N . ST O¨ LTING,*§ ANDREW C. CLARKE ,†‡¶ HEIDI M. MEUDT,†** WOLF U. BL ANKENHORN* and A NTHONY B. WILSON  2010  Molecular Ecology   doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2010.02957.x  Vikas   
1214  CLONAL PLANT RESEARCH: PROLIFERATION, INTEGRATION, BUT NOT MUCH EVOLUTION  CHRISTOPHERG. ECKERT  1999  American Journal of Botany  86(11): 1649–1654.   Vikas   
1215  Comparative expression of miRNA genes and miRNA-based AFLP marker analysis in cultivated tetraploid cottons  Mingxiong Panga , Chaozhu Xing a,d , Nick Adams a , Laura Rodriguez-Uribe a , S.E. Hughs c , Stephen F. Hanson b , Jinfa Zhang a,  2010  Journal of Plant Physiology  doi:10.1016/j.jplph.2010.10.006  Vikas   
1216  Comparative assessment of EST-SSR, EST-SNP and AFLP markers for evaluation of genetic diversity and conservation of genetic resources using wild, cultivated and elite barleys  Rajeev K. Varshney a, *, Kamel Chabane b , Prasad S. Hendre c , Ramesh K. Aggarwal c , Andreas Graner  2007  Plant Science  173, 638–649  Vikas   
1217  Comparison of PCR-based marker systems for the analysis of genetic relationships in cultivated potato  Dan Milbourne, Rhonda Meyer, John E. Bradshaw, Eileen Baird, Nicky Bonar, Jim Provan, Wayne Powell and Robbie Waugh  1997  Molecular Breeding  3:127–136  Vikas   
1218  Populatio nvariationinSpartinaanglica C.E.Hubbar d  J.D .THOMPSON^*,T.McNEILLYiAN DA .J.GRAY  1991  New Phytologist  117,115-128  Vikas   
1219  Aluminum Tolerance in Moso Bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens)  Renyi Gui 1 &Huanan Leng 1 &Shunyao Zhuang 2 & Kangle Zheng 1 &Wei Fang  2011  Botanical Review  DOI 10.1007/s12229-011-9089-5  Vikas   
1220  Estimating population structure from AFLP amplification intensity  MATTHIEU FOLL,*† MARTIN C. FISCHER,*† GE RALD HECKEL*† and LAURENT EXCOFFIER  2010  Molecular Ecology   19, 4638–4647  Vikas   
1221  Phylogenetic morphometrics (II): algorithms for landmark optimization  Pablo A. Goloboff a,b, * and Santiago A. Catalano  2011  Cladistics   27, 42–51  Vikas   
1222  Assessing genetic diversity of domestic populations of channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) in Alabama using AFLP markers  K. Mickett, C. Morton, J. Feng, P. Li, M. Simmons, D. Cao, R.A. Dunham, Z. Liu  2003  Aquaculture   228, 91–105  Vikas   
1223  The enigma of leaf size and plant size in bamboos  K. C. KOSHY* K. P. DINTU B. GOPAKUMAR  2010  Current Science  99 (8)-1025-1027  Vikas   
1224  TINYFLP andTINYCAT: software for automatic peak selection and scoring of AFLP data tables  W. ART H OF ER ,* †  2010  Molecular Ecology Resources  10, 385–388   
1225  Gene flow, adaptive population divergence and comparative population structure across loci  Robert G. Latta  2003  New Phytologist  161: 51–58  Vikas   
1226  A self-perpetuating bamboo disturbance cycle in a neotropical forest  Bronson W. Griscom 1 and P. Mark S. Ashton  2006  Journal of Tropical Ecology  22:587–597  Vikas   
1227  Gene flow and population admixture as the primary post-invasion processes in common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) populations in France  Young Jin Chun 1 , Boris Fumanal 2 , Beryl Laitung 3 and Franc¸ois Bretagnolle  2009  New Phytologist  185: 1100–1107  Vikas   
1228  Integration of populations and differentiation of species  Loren H. Rieseberg, Sheri A. Church and Carrie L. Morjan  2003  New Phytologist  161: 59 – 69  Vikas   
1229  Is variation in susceptibility to Phytophthora ramorum correlated with population genetic structure in coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia)?  Richard S. Dodd 1 , Daniel Hüberli 1 , Vlad Douhovnikoff 1 , Tamar Y. Harnik 1 , Zara Afzal-Rafii 2 and Matteo Garbelotto 1  2004  New Phytologist  165: 203–214  Vikas   
1230  Genetic diversity in domesticated soybean (Glycine max) and its wild progenitor (Glycine soja) for simple sequence repeat and single-nucleotide polymorphism loci  Ying-Hui Li 1 , Wei Li 1 , Chen Zhang 1 , Liang Yang 2 , Ru-Zhen Chang 1 , Brandon S. Gaut 2 and Li-Juan Qiu  2010  New Phytologist  188: 242–253  Vikas   
1231  Genetic variation across species’ geographical ranges: the central–marginal hypothesis and beyond  C. G. ECKERT, K. E. SAMIS and S. C. LOUGHEED  2008  Molecular Ecology   17, 1170–1188  Vikas   
1232  Markers and mapping revisited: finding your gene  Neil Jones1, Helen Ougham 2 , Howard Thomas 1 and Izolda Pašakinskienë  2009  New Phytologist  183: 935–966   Vikas   
1233  Patterns of polymorphism resulting from long-range colonization in the Mediterranean conifer Aleppo pine  Delphine Grivet 1 *, Federico Sebastiani 2,3 *, Santiago C. Gonza´lez-Martı ´nez 1 and Giovanni G. Vendramin  2009  New Phytologist  184: 1016–1028  Vikas   
1234  Assessment of the genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships of a temperate bamboo collection by using transferred EST-SSR markers  N.A. Barkley, M.L. Newman, M.L. Wang, M.W. Hotchkiss, and G.A. Pederson  2005  Genome  48: 731–737  Vikas   
1235  Cryptic trysts, genomic mergers, and plant speciation  Richard Cronn 1 and Jonathan F. Wendel  2003  New Phytologist  161: 133 –142  Vikas   
1236  A Comparison of ITS Nuclear rDNA Sequence Data and AFLP Markers for Phylogenetic Studies in Phy//mtachys (Barn busoideae, Poaceae)   Trevor R. Hodkinson, Stephen A. Renvoize, Grainne Ni Chonghaile, Christopher M.A. Stapleton and Mark W. Chase  2000  Journal of Plant Research  113: 259-269,  Vikas   
1237  A Study of Genetic Variation and Relationships within the Bamboo Subtribe Bambusinae using Ampli®ed Fragment Length Polymorphism  JIN PHANG LOH{,RUTH KIEW{, OHN SET{, LEONG HUAT GAN{ and YIK-YUEN GAN  2000  Annals of Botany  85: 607±612  Vikas   
1238  Abortifacient potentials of the aqueous extract ofBambusa vulgaris leaves in pregnant Dutch rabbits  Musa T. Yakubu⁎ , Bimbo B. Bukoye  2009  Contraception  80,308–313  Vikas   
1239  IdentiWcation and characterization of two Bamboo (Phyllostachys praecox) AP1/SQUA-like MADS-box genes during Xoral transition  Er-Pei Lin · Hua-Zheng Peng · Qun-Ying Jin · Min-Juan Deng · Tao Li · Xin-Chao Xiao · Xi-Qi Hua · Kui-HongWang · Hong-Wu Bian · Ning Han · Mu-Yuan Zhu  2009  Planta   231:109–120  Vikas   
1240  Distinctiveness, rarity and conservation in a subtropical highland conifer  Alicia Mastretta-Yanes• Ana Wegier• Alejandra Va´zquez-Lobo• Daniel Pin˜ero  2011  Conservation Genetics   DOI 10.1007/s10592-011-0277-y  Vikas   
1241  Crossbreeding of Phyllostachysspecies (Poaceae) and identification of their hybrids using ISSR markers  X.C. Lin1 , Y.F. Lou 1 , J. Liu 2 , J.S. Peng 3 , G.L. Liao 3 and W. Fang  2010  Genetics and Molecular Reseach  9 (3): 1398-1404  Vikas   
1242  Bamboo biodiversity- Information for planning conservation and management in the Asia-Pacific region  Nadia Bystriakova, Valerie Kapos, Chris Stapleton, Igor Lysenko  2003  Bamboo biodiversity  1-67  Vikas   
1243  Bamboo in Subtropical China: Efficiency of Solar Conversion into Biomass and CO2Sequestration  Zhihong Cao 1,2,3,5,6,7 &Guomo Zhou 1,2,3 &Guosheng Wen 4 &Peikun Jiang 1,2,3 & Shunyao Zhuang 1,2,5,6 &Hua Qin 1,2,3 &Minghung Wong  2011  Botanical Reviews   DOI 10.1007/s12229-011-9075-y  Vikas   
1244  Distribution of starch in the culms of Bambusa bambos(L.) Voss and its influence on borer damage  Bhat, K.V., Varma, R.V., Raju Paduvil, Pandalai, R.C., and Santhoshkumar, R  2005  The Journal of the American Bamboo Society   19(1): 1-4  Vikas   
1245  Relationships betweenBambusaspecies (Poaceae, Bambusoideae) revealed by random amplified polymorphic DNA  Ye Sun a , Nianhe Xia a, *, Chris M.A. Stapleton  2006  Biochemical Systematics and Ecology   34, 417-e423  Vikas   
1246  Carbon Accumulation and Carbon Forms in Tissues During the Growth of Young Bamboo (Phyllostachy pubescens)  Yongfu Li 1,2 &Guomo Zhou 1,2,3 &Peikun Jiang 1,2 & Jiasen Wu 1,2 &Lin Lin  2011  Botanical Reviews   DOI 10.1007/s12229-011-9069-9  Vikas   
1247  Development of abiotic stress tolerance via bZIP-type transcription factor LIP19 in common wheat  Fuminori Kobayashi1,*, Eri Maeta1, Akihiro Terashima1, Kanako Kawaura2, Yasunari Ogihara2 and Shigeo Takumi1,†  2008  Journal of Experimental Botany  59, 891–905  Meetal Sharma   
1248  Distribution and conservation status of forest bamboo biodiversity in the Asia-Pacific Region  N. BYSTRIAKOVA , V. KAPOS , I. LYSENKO and C.M.A. 3 STAPLETON  2003  Biodiversity and Conservation   12: 1833–1841  Vikas   
1249  Clonal structure and flowering traits of a bamboo [Phyllostachys pubescens(Mazel) Ohwi] stand grown from a simultaneous flowering as revealed by AFLP analysis  Y. ISAGI,* K. SHIMADA,† H. KUSHIMA,† N. TANAKA,† A. NAGAO,† T. ISHIKAWA,† H. ONODERA† and S . WATANABE  2004  Molecular Ecology   13, 2017–2021  Vikas   
1250  Clonal structure in a dwarf bamboo (Sasa senanensis) population inferred from amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) fingerprints  Y. SUYAMA,* K. OBAYASHI and I. HAYASHI  2000  Molecular Ecology   9, 901– 906  Vikas   
1251  Genetic similarity among cultivars ofPhyllostachys pubescens  Xin Chun LinÆ Xiao Sai RuanÆ Yong Feng LouÆ Xiao Qin GuoÆ Wei Fang  2009  Plant Systematics and Evolution   277:67–73  Vikas   
1252  Dynamics of Carbon Accumulation During the Fast Growth Period of Bamboo Plant  ong Xu 1,2 &Minghung Wong3 &Jianli Yang 1 & Zhengqian Ye 2 &Peikun Jiang 2 &Shaojan Zheng  2011  Botanical Reviews   DOI 10.1007/s12229-011-9070-3  Vikas   
1253  Effect of Fertilization on Photosynthetic Features in Phyllostachys pubescens  Aiwu Jin 1,4 &Xiaochun Jin 2 &Yandong Song 1 & Hong Wang 3 &Bingsong Zheng  2011  Botanical Reviews   DOI 10.1007/s12229-011-9072-1  Vikas   
1254  Flowering in a bamboo, Melocanna baccifera (Bambusoideae: Poaceae)  S. M. S. D. RAMANAYAKE* and T. E. WEERAWARDENE  2003  Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society  143, 287–291  Vikas   
1255  A survey of geminiviruses and associated satellite DNAs in the cotton-growing areas of northwestern India  Valerio Zaffalon, Sunil Kumar Mukherjee, Vanga Siva Reddy, Jeremy R. Thompson and Mark Tepfer  2012  Arch Virol   157 & 483-495  Aditya Kulshreshtha   
1256  Evaluation of Candidate Reference Genes for Normalization of Quantitative RT-PCR in Soybean Tissues under Various Abiotic Stress Conditions  Dung Tien Le1, Donavan L. Aldrich2., Babu Valliyodan2., Yasuko Watanabe1, Chien Van Ha1, Rie Nishiyama1, Satish K. Guttikonda2¤a, Truyen N. Quach2¤b, Juan J. Gutierrez-Gonzalez2¤c, Lam-Son Phan Tran1*, Henry T. Nguyen2*  2012  PLOS ONE  7, 1-10  Meetal Sharma   
1257  WRKY transcription factors  Paul J. Rushton, Imre E. Somssich, Patricia Ringler, Qingxi J. Shen  2010  Trends in Plant Science   Volume 15, Issue 5 Pages 247–258  Meetal Sharma   
1258  Light Control of Arabidopsis Development Entails Coordinated Regulation of Genome Expression and Cellular Pathways  Ligeng Ma,Jinming Li,Lijia Qu,Janet Hager,Zhangliang Chen,Hongyu Zhao  2001  The Plant Cell  Vol. 13, 2589–2607  Shruti Kirti   
1259  Rapid systemic accumulation of transcripts encoding a tobacco WRKY transcription factor upon wounding  ORIGINAL PAPER K. Hara · M. Yagi · T. Kusano · H. Sano  2000  Mol Gen Genet   263: 30±37  Meetal Sharma   
1260  Small R NA Profiling in TwoBrassicanapus Cultivars Identifies MicroRNAs with Oil P roduction- and Development-Correlated E xpression and New Small R NA Classes   Yi n g - Ta o Z h a o ,MengWang ,San-XiongFu,Wei-Cai Yang,Cun-Kou Qi , a nd X i u - J i e Wa n g   2012  Plant Physiology  158, pp. 813–823  parul goel   
1261  Efficient Hydration of Nitriles to Amides in Water, Catalyzed by Ruthenium Hydroxide Supported on Alumina  K. Yamaguchi, M. Matsushita, N. Mizuno   2004  Angewandte Chemie  43& 1576-1580  Sandeep Kumar   
1262  Quelling: post-transcriptional gene silencing guided by small RNAs in Neurospora crassa  Valerio Fulci and Giuseppe Macino  2007  Current Opinion in Microbiology  10:199–203  SURINDER PAUL   
1263  Production of engineered long-life and male sterile Pelargonium plants  Begona Garcia-Sogo1, Benito Pineda1, Edeiín Roque1, Teresa Anton1, Alejandro Atares1, Marise Borja2,3,  2012  BMC Plant Biology   12:156  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1264  Asynchronous male/female gametophyte development in facultative apomictic plants of Cenchrus ciliaris (Poaceae)  R. Sharma, R. Geeta, V. Bhat  2014  South African Journal of Botany  91: 19-31  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1265  An RNA isolation system for plant tissues rich in secondary metabolites  Sanjay Ghawana1,2, Asosii Paul1, Hitesh Kumar1,3, Arun Kumar1, Harsharan Singh1,4, Pardeep K Bhardwaj1,5, Arti Rani1,6, Ravi S Singh1, Jyoti Raizada1, Kashmir Singh1,7 and Sanjay Kumar1*  2011  BMC Research Notes  1-5  Meetal Sharma   
1266  Bioconversion of paper sludge to biofuel by simultaneous saccharification and fermentation using a cellulase of paper sludge origin and thermotolerant Saccharomyces cerevisiae TJ14  Joni Prasetyo, Kazuya Naruse, Tatsuya Kato, Chuenchit Boonchird, Satoshi Harashima and Enoch Y Park  2011  Biotechnology for Biofuels   4: 35  Hena Dhar   
1267  MYB transcription factors in plants  Cathie Martina, Javier Paz-Aresb  1997  Trends in Genetics   Volume 13, Issue 2 Pages 67–73  Meetal Sharma   
1268  CELLULASE ACTIVITIES DURING DECOMPOSITION OF A SUBMERGED AQUATIC MACROPHYTE (UTRICULARIA BREVISCAPA): A MICROCOSM ASSAY  Marcela B. da Cunha-Santino; Irineu Bianchini Jr  2007  Brazilian Journal of Microbiology   38: 230-236  Hena Dhar   
1269  A Review on Pteridophyte Antioxidants and their Potential Role in Discovery of New Drugs.  Anupam Das Talukdar, *Ramananda Ghosh Tarafdar, Manabendra Dutta Choudhury, Deepa  2011  Assam University Journal of Science & Technology : ISSN 0975-2773  7:151-155  BHUVNESH SAREEN   
1270  PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING OF SOME PTERIDOPHYTES FROM DISTRICT SHOPIAN (J & K)  SHAKOOR A MIR1, ANAND K MISHRA1, ZAFAR A RESHI2, *MAHESHWAR P SHARMA1  2013  International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences  BHUVNESH SAREEN   
1271  MYB transcription factors in plants  Cathie Martina, Javier Paz-Aresb  1997  Trends in Genetics   Volume 13, Issue 2 Pages 67–73  Meetal Sharma   
1272  Evaluation of Nutritional and Antioxidant Status of Lepidium latifolium Linn.: A Novel Phytofood from Ladakh  Tarandeep Kaur., Khadim Hussain., Sushma Koul, Ram Vishwakarma, Dhiraj Vyas1  2013  PLOS ONE  BHUVNESH SAREEN   
1273  Molecular farming for new drugs and vaccines  Ma et al.  2005  EMBO REports  7: 593-599  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1274  Disease resistance gene transcription in transgenic potato is unaltered by temperature extremes and plant physiological age  Massimo Iorizzo, Dimitre S. Mollov   2011  Eur J Plant Pathol  DOI 10.1007 s10658-011-9765-7  Karan Acharya   
1275  Expression of 35S::Pto Globally Activates Defense-Related Genes in Tomato Plants  Fangming Xiao, Xiaoyan Tang, and Jian-Min Zhou  2001  Plant Physiology   Vol. 126, pp. 1637–1645  Karan Acharya   
1276  Determination of radical scavenging activity and Vitamin A, C and E in organically grown Red Pitaya (Hylocereus sp.)  Mohd Adzim Khalili, R., Norhayati, A.H., Rokiah,M. Y., Asmah,  2010  International Food Research Journal  17: 405-409  BHUVNESH SAREEN   
1277  TOTAL PHENOLIC AND TOTAL FLAVONOID CONTENTS, ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY AND BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINANTS IN MEDICINAL HERBS  M. Atanassova, S. Georgieva, K. Ivancheva  2011  Journal of the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy  46:81-88  BHUVNESH SAREEN   
1278  Risks and Precautions of GeneticallyModified Organisms  Dhan Prakash,1 Sonika Verma,2 Ranjana Bhatia,1 and B. N. Tiwary3  2011  International Scholarly Research Network  369573  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1279  Ruthenium-Catalyzed Direct C_H Amidation of Arenes Including Weakly Coordinating Aromatic Ketones   Jiyu Kim, Jinwoo Kim, and Sukbok Chang  2013  Chem. Eur. J.   19, 7328-7333  Dharminder Sharma   
1280  Synthetic Uses of Ammonia in Transition-Metal Catalysis  Jinho Kim, Hyun Jin Kim, and Sukbok Chang  2013  Eur. J. Org. Chem.,   3201–3213  Dharminder Sharma   
1281  Synthesis of Aromatic Nitriles Using Nonmetallic Cyano-Group Sources  Jinho Kim, Hyun Jin Kim, and Sukbok Chang  2012  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.,   51, 11948 – 11959  Dharminder Sharma   
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1283  Palladium-catalyzed oxidative alkynylation of arene C-H bond using the chelation-assisted strategy   Seok Hwan Kim, Sae Hume Park, Sukbok Chang  2012  Tetrahedron   68 5162-5166  Dharminder Sharma   
1284  A modified freeze–thaw method for efficient transformation of Agrobacterium tumefaciens  G. JYOTHISHWARAN et al  2007  CURRENT SCIENCE  VOL. 93, NO. 6  Surbhi Mahajan   
1285  Assignment of the b-Subunit of Wheat eIF2 by Protein and DNA Sequence Analysis and Immunoanalysis1  Anneke M. Metz and Karen S. Browning  1997  ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS  Vol. 342, No. 1, June 1, pp. 187–189,   Meetal Sharma   
1286  AVersatile Rhodium(I) Catalyst System for the Addition of Heteroarenes to both Alkenes and Alkynes by a -H Bond Activation  Jaeyune Ryu, Seung Hwan Cho, and Sukbok Chang  2012  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.,   51, 3677 –3681  Dharminder Sharma   
1287  Sulfonyl and Phosphoryl Azides: Going Further Beyond the Click Realm of Alkyl and Aryl Azides  Seok Hwan Kim, Sae Hume Park, Ji Ho Choi, and Sukbok Chang  2011  Chem. Asian J.,  6, 2618 – 2634  Dharminder Sharma   
1288  A Metal-Free Route to 2-Aminooxazoles by Taking Advantage of the Unique Ring Opening of Benzoxazoles and Oxadiazoles with Secondary Amines  Jomy Joseph, Ji Young Kim, and Sukbok Chang  2011  Chem. Eur. J.  00, 00  Dharminder Sharma   
1289  Chemical affinity matrix-based identification of prohibitin as a binding protein to anti-resorptive sulfonyl amidine compounds  Sung-Youn Chang, Su Jung Bae, Myung Yun Lee, Seung-hwa Baek, Sukbok Chang, Seong Hwan Kim  2011  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters   21, 727–729  Dharminder Sharma   
1290  Regulation of Translation Initiation under Abiotic Stress Conditions in Plants: Is It a Conserved or Not so Conserved Process among Eukaryotes?  AlfonsoMu˜noz andM.Mar Castellano  2012  Hindawi Publishing Corporation Comparative and Functional Genomics  Volume 2012, Article ID 406357  Meetal Sharma   
1291  Translation Initiation Factor (eIF) 4B Affects the Rates of Binding of the mRNA m7G Cap Analogue to Wheat Germ eIFiso4F and eIFiso4FâPABP†  Mateen A. Khan and Dixie J. Goss  2005  Biochemistry  44, 4510-4516  Meetal Sharma   
1292  Drought tolerance of two black poplar (Populus nigra L.) clones: contribution of carbohydrates and oxidative stress defence  NICOLE REGIER1, SEBASTIAN STREB, CLAUDIA COCOZZA3, MARCUS SCHAUB1, PAOLO CHERUBINI1,  2009  Plant, Cell and Environment   32, 1724–1736  Karan Acharya   
1293  Recovery of Transgenic Plants by Agrobacterium-mediated Genetic Transformation in Dianthus caryophyllus L. (carnation)  KK Jitender and K Surinder  2011  Pelagia Research Library  2 (2): 357-366  Surbhi Mahajan   
1294  Revised cocultivation conditions produce effective Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation of carnation(Dianthus caryophyllus L.)  N Chalermsri, Seiichi F and G Masanori  2004  Plant Sciences  166; 59–68  Surbhi Mahajan   
1295  Dimethyl Sulfoxide/Potassium Hydroxide: A Superbase for the Transition Metal-Free Preparation of Cross-Coupling Products  Yu Yuan, Isabelle Tho, Seok Hwan Kim, Duanteng Chen, Astrid Beyer, Julien Bonnamour, Erik Zuidema, Sukbok Chang, and Carsten Bolm  2010  Adv. Synth. Catal.,   352, 2892 – 2898  Dharminder Sharma   
1296  Cobalt- and Manganese-Catalyzed Direct Amination of Azoles under Mild Reaction Conditions and the Mechanistic Details  Ji Young Kim, Seung Hwan Cho, Jomy Joseph, and Sukbok Chang  2010  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.,   49, 9899 –9903  Dharminder Sharma   
1297  Effects of drought on chlorophyll fluorescence in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). II. Relations between plant growth and measurements of fluorescence  R.A. JEFFERIES  1992  Potato Research  35:35- 40  Karan Acharya   
1298  Formation and breakdown of ABA  Adrian J. Cutler and Joan E. Krochko  1999  trends in plant science  Vol. 4, No. 12  Meetal Sharma   
1299  Drought-Induced Effects on Nitrate Reductase Activity and mRNA and on the Coordination of Nitrogen and Carbon Metabolism in Maize Leaves  Christine H. Foyer, Marie-He´le`ne Valadier, Andrea Migge, and Thomas W. Becker  1998  Plant Physiol.   117: 283–292  Karan Acharya   
1300  Regulation of Translation Initiation under Biotic and Abiotic Stresses  Sira Echevarría-Zomeño, Emilio Yángüez Nuria Fernández-Bautista , Ana B. Castro-Sanz , Alejandro Ferrando and M. Mar Castellano  2013  International Journal of Molecular Sciences  14, 4670-4683  Meetal Sharma   
1301  The OsDHODH1 Gene is Involved in Salt and Drought Tolerance in Rice  Wen-Ying Liu, Mei-Mei Wang, Ji Huang, Hai-Juan Tang, Hong-Xia Lan and Hong-Sheng Zhang  2009  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology  51 (9): 825–833  Meetal Sharma   
1302  Role of the stomatal development regulators FLP/MYB88 in abiotic stress responses  Zidian Xie, Dongmei Li, Lijun Wang, Fred D. Sack and Erich Grotewold  2010  The Plant Journal  64, 731–739  Meetal Sharma   
1303  Molecular responses to drought, salinity and frost: common and different paths for plant protection  Motoaki Sekiy, Ayako Kameiy, Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozakiz and Kazuo Shinozaki  2003  Current Opinion in Biotechnology  14:194–199  Meetal Sharma   
1304  Over-expression of the Arabidopsis DRE/CRT-binding transcription factor DREB2C enhances thermotolerance  Chan Ju Lim , Jung Eun Hwang , Huan Chen , Joon Ki Hong , Kyung Ae Yang , Man Soo Choi , Kyun Oh Lee , Woo Sik Chung , Sang Yeol Lee , Chae Oh Lim ,  2007  Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications  362, 431–436  Meetal Sharma   
1305  Female gametophytic mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana identified in a gene trap insertional mutagenesis screen  VLADIMIR B. BRUKHIN*,#,1, MILOSLAWA JACIUBEK1, ARTURO BOLAÑOS CARPIO1, VERA KUZMINA1 and UELI GROSSNIKLAUS1  2011  Int. J. Dev. Biol.   55: 73-84   Pritu Pratibha   
1306  Optimizing protein extraction from plant tissues for enhanced proteomics analysis  Wei Wang, Fuju Tai,Shaoning Chen  2008  J. Sci.  31, 2032 – 2039  vandna sapehia   
1307  Identification of differentially expressed microRNAs from a male sterile Ponkan mandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco) and its fertile wild type by small RNA and degradome sequencing  Yan-Ni Fang, Wen-Ming Qiu, Yao Wang, Xiao-Meng Wu, Qiang Xu, Wen-Wu Guo  2014  Tree genetics and genomics  2014: 00000  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1308  Genome sequence and analysis of the tuber crop potato  BGI-Shenzhen Xun Xu et al.  2011  nature  475:14  Karan Acharya   
1309  Organization of phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL), acidic PR-5 and osmotin-like (OSM ) defence-response gene families in the potato genome  Rosa A. Castillo Ruiz Æ Carmen Herrera Marc Ghislain Æ Christiane Gebhardt  2005  Mol Gen Genomics  274:168–179  Karan Acharya   
1310  Significance of Inducible Defense-related Proteins in Infected Plants  L.C. van Loon, M. Rep, and C.M.J. Pieterse  2006  Annu. Rev. Phytopathol.   44:135-162  Karan Acharya   
1311  Tapetum-specific expression of harpinPss causes male sterility in transgenic tobacco  B. MADHURI, S. RAUT, D. DEY, A. NAZNEEN, B. UMA and A.R. PODILE  2011  Biologia Planatarum  56: 628-634  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1312  Identification of microspore-active promoters that allow targeted manipulation of gene expression at early stages of microgametogenesis in Arabidopsis  David Honys, Sung-Aeong Oh, David Renak, Maarten Donders, Blanka Solcova, James Andrew Johnson, Rita Boudova and David Twell  2006  BMC Plant Biology  6: 31  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1313  Emergence of apospory and bypass of meiosis via apomixis after sexual hybridisation and polyploidisation  Diego Hojsgaard, Johann Greilhuber, Marco Pellino, Ovidiu Paun, Timothy F. Sharbel and Elvira Heorandl  2014  New Phytologist  2014: 00000  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1314  The pollen-specific DEFH125 promoter from Antirrhinum is bound in vivo by the MADS-box proteins DEFICIENS and GLOBOSA  Andrea Lauri, Shuping Xing, Iris Heidmann, Heinz Saedler and Sabine Zachgo  2006  Planta  224: 61-71  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1315  Overexpression of the Apple MpNPR1 Gene Confers Increased Disease Resistance in Malus × domestica  M. Malnoy, Q. Jin, E. E. Borejsza-Wysocka, S. Y. He, and H. S. Aldwinckle  2007  MPMI  20:12, pp. 1568–1580  Karan Acharya   
1316  Strategies for development of fungus-resistant transgenic plants  Anita Grover and R. Gowthaman  2003  CURRENT SCIENCE  84:3   Karan Acharya   
1317  Rapid Cloning of Novel Genes and Promoters for Functional Analyses in Transgenic Cells  PEER M. SCHENK, CLAUDIA E. VICKERS AND JOHN M. MANNERS  2004  Transgenics  4: 151-156  Suni Kumar Singh   
1318  An in vitro method forexamininginfectionofsoybeanroots by Macrophominaphaseolina  Marina Bressano,M.LorenaGiachero,CelinaM.Luna,DanielA.Ducasse  2010  Physiological and Molecular PlantPathology  74201e204  Karan Acharya   
1319  Patterns of Ethylene Production in Senescing Leaves  NEHEMIA AHARONI AND MORRIS LIEBERMAN  1979  Plant Physiol.   64: 796-800  Karan Acharya   
1320  Methyl jasmonate and ethylene induce partial resistance in Medicago truncatula against the charcoal rot pathogen Macrophomina phaseolina  Andres Reyes Gaige, Allan Ayella, Bin Shuai  2010  Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology   74 :412e418  Karan Acharya   
1321  Drought-induced Accumulation of Soluble Sugars and Proline in Two Maize Varieties  Nayer Mohammadkhani and Reza Heidari  2008  World Applied Sciences   3 (3): 448-453, 2008  Karan Acharya   
1322  Regulation of Lipoxygenase Gene Expression in Potato MiniTubers by Phytohormones  O. V. Lemezaa, Ya. O. Zubob, and V. V. Kusnetsov  2010  Russian Journal of Plant Physiology  57:(5), pp. 715–719  Karan Acharya   
1323  Genome-wide analysis of rice and Arabidopsis identifies two glyoxalase genes that are highly expressed in abiotic stresses  Ananda Mustafiz & Anil Kumar Singh & Ashwani Pareek & Sudhir Kumar Sopory & Sneh Lata Singla-Pareek  2011  Funct Integr Genomics  DOI 10.1007/s10142-010-0203-2  Karan Acharya   
1324  Partial male sterility in transgenic tobacco carrying an antisense gene for alternative oxidase under the control of a tapetum-specific promoter  Hiroyasu Kitashiba, Erina Kitazawa, Sachie Kishitani and Kinya Toriyama  1999  Molecular Breeding  5: 209-218  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1325  Culture tube closure-type affects potato plantlets growth and chlorophyll contents  A. CHANEMOUGASOUNDHARAM*, D. SARKAR*, S.K. PANDEY*,1, F. AL-BISKI***, O. HELALI*** and J.S. MINHAS  2004  BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM   48 (1): 7-11   Karan Acharya   
1326  Stage- and Tissue-Specific Expression of Ethylene Receptor Homolog Genes during Fruit Development in Muskmelon1  Kumi Sato-Nara, Ken-Ichi Yuhashi2, Katsumi Higashi3, Kazushige Hosoya, Mitsuru Kubota, and Hiroshi Ezura  1999  Plant Physiology,   119: 321–329,  Karan Acharya   
1327  Genetic transformation of pigeonpea with rice chitinase gene  S. M. Kumar , B. K. Kumar , K. K. Sharma and P. Devi  2004  Plant Breeding   123:485—489   Karan Acharya   
1328  The promoter of a Brassica napus polygalacturonase gene directs pollen expression of beta glucuronidase in transgenic Brassica plants  H. P. Hong, J. L. Gerster, R. S. S. Datla, D. Albani, G. Scoles, W. Keller and L. S. Robert  1997  Plant Cell Reports  16: 373-378  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1329  The MIDASIN and NOTCHLESS genes are essential for female gametophyte development in Arabidopsis thaliana  Sier-Ching Chantha1, Madoka Gray-Mitsumune1,2, Josée Houde1, and Daniel P. Matton1  2010  Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants,  16(1): 3-18  Rimpy Diman   
1330  PERSISTENT TAPETAL CELL1 Encodes a PHD-Finger Protein That Is Required for Tapetal Cell Death and Pollen Development in Rice  Hui Li, Zheng Yuan, Gema Vizcay-Barrena, Caiyun Yang, Wanqi Liang, Jie Zong, Zoe A. Wilson and Dabing Zhang  2011  Plant Physiology  156: 615-630  Sunil Kumar Singh   
1331  Role of AP2/EREBP transcription factors in gene regulation during abiotic stress  Dimosthenis Kizis, Victoria Lumbreras, Montserrat Page©s  2001  FEBS Letters  498,187^189  Meetal Sharma   
1332  EXPORTIN1 Genes Are Essential for Development and Function of the Gametophytes in Arabidopsis thaliana  Robert Blanvillain, Leonor C. Boavida, Sheila McCormick and David W. Ow1  2008  Genetics  180, 1493–1500  Rimpy Diman   
1333  Phenology of the Royal fern from Kumaon Himalaya and its bearing on the identity and taxonomy of the species   N. Punetha , Kamlesh Bhakuni and Richa Punetha  2011  Indian Fern Journal  28: 41-47  Alpy   
1334             
1335  Infective Potential of Sporangia and Zoospores of Phytophthora ramorum  T. L. Widmer  2006  Plant Disease :  Vol. 93 No. 1  Karan Acharya   
1336  Ecological classification of vascular epiphytes  Nina M. Derzhavina  2010  Indian Fern J.  27: 32-52  alpy   
1337  A Lipoxygenase from Leaves of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) Is Induced in Response to Plant Pathogenic Pseudomonads  Eckhard Koch, Brigitt M. Meier, Hans-Georg Eiben, and Alan Slusarenko  1992  Plant Physiol.   99:571-576  Karan Acharya   
1338  Insect tea, a wonderful work in the Chinese tea culture  Lijia Xu, Huimin Pan, Qifang Lei, Wei Xiao, Yong Peng, Peigen Xiao  2013  Food Research International  52  Eshita Sharma   
1339  DNA-Binding Specificity of the ERF/AP2 Domain of Arabidopsis DREBs, Transcription Factors Involved in Dehydration- and Cold-Inducible Gene Expression  Yoh Sakuma, Qiang Liu, Joseph G. Dubouzet, Hiroshi Abe, Kazuo Shinozaki, and Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozaki  2002  Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications  290, 998–1009  Meetal Sharma   
1340  MORPHOGENIC POTENTIAL OF THREE POTATO (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM) CULTIVARS FROM DIVERSE EXPLANTS, A PREREQUISITE IN GENETIC MANIPULATION  IQBAL HUSSAIN, AISH MUHAMMAD, ZUBEDA CHAUDHRY, REHANA  2005  Pak. J. Bot.,   37(4): 889-898  Karan Acharya   
1341  Systemic resistance and lipoxygenase-related defence response induced in tomato by Pseudomonas putida strain BTP1  Adam Akram, Marc Ongena, Francéline Duby, Jacques Dommes and  2008  BMC Plant Biology  8:113  Karan Acharya   
1342  Trichoderma harzianum elicit defence response genes in roots of potato plantlets challenged by Rhizoctonia solani  Adrien Gallou & Sylvie Cranenbrouck &  2009  Eur J Plant Pathol   124:219–230  Karan Acharya   
1343  In vitro flowering - A review  K. Sri Rama Murthy, Kondamudi, R., Chalapathi Rao, P.V. and Pullaiah, T  2012  Journal of Agricultural Technology  Vol. 8(5): 1517-1536  Devinder Kaur   
1344  Transgenic cucumber expressing an endogenous class III chitinase gene has reduced symptoms from Botrytis cinerea  Kyutaro Kishimoto · Yoko Nishizawa · Yutaka Tabei  2004  J Gen Plant Pathol   70:314–320  Karan Acharya   
1345  Mechanisms of inhibition of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase by phenol inhibitors and phenol/glycine synergistic inhibitors  Sergio Alunni,* Antonio Cipiciani, Giovanna Fioroni, and Laura Ottavi  2003  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics   412: 170–175  Karan Acharya   
1346  FT Protein Acts as a Long-Range Signal in Arabidopsis  Katja E. Jaege and Philip A. Wigge  2007  Current Biology  17, 1050–1054  Devinder Kaur   
1347  COLD ACCLIMATION IMPROVES RECOVERY OF CRYOPRESERVED GRASS (ZOYSIA AND LOLIUM SP.)  Yongjian Chang!, Reed E. Barke~ and Barbara M. Reed3  2000  CryoLetters  21,107-116  Devinder Kaur   
1348  Rapid and mass propagation of economically important Bamboo Dendrocalamus hamiltonii  I.D. Arya, Baljinder Kaur and Sarita Arya  2012  Indian Journal of Energy  Vol.1 No.1, 11-16  Devinder Kaur   
1349  Micropropagation of Dandrocalamus asper through Inter Nodal Segment  1Ruchi Kurapa Shroti, 2Ravi Upadhyay3, Chitali Niratkar and 4 Malti Singh  2012  Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology & Life Sciences  Volume 1, Issue 3, : 58 - 60  Devinder Kaur   
1350  Production and Applications of Artificial seeds: A Review  Dhabhai Ravi* and Prakash Anand  2012  International Research Journal of Biological Sciences  Vol. 1(5), 74-78  Devinder Kaur   
1351  Bamboo plantation diversity and its economic role in North Bihar, India  Nirmal Ram1, Lal Singh1, Pramod Kumar1  2010  Nature and Science  8(11): 111-115  Devinder Kaur   
1352  Phylogenetic analysis and in situ identification of the intestinal microbial community of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss, Walbaum)  I. Huber, B. Spanggaard, K.F. Appel, L. Rossen, T. Nielsen and L. Gram  2004  Journal of Applied Microbiology  96, 117–132  Hena Dhar   
1353  Priority species of bamboo and rattan  A. N. Rao, V. Ramanatha Rao and J.T. Williams  1998  Priority species of bamboo and rattan  Devinder Kaur   
1354  Microbial populations in acid mineral bioleaching systems of Tong Shankou Copper Mine, China  X. Xie, S. Xiao, Z. He, J. Liu and G. Qiu  2007  Journal of Applied Microbiology  103: 1227–1238  Hena Dhar   
1355  Plant responses to plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria  L. C. van Loon  2007  Eur J Plant Pathol   119:243–254  Karan Acharya   
1356  Deciphering the regulatory mechanisms of abiotic stress tolerance in plants by genomic approaches  N. Sreenivasulu , S.K. Sopory , P.B. Kavi Kishor  2007  Gene  388, 1–13  Meetal Sharma   
1357  Small RNAs as big players in plant abiotic stress responses and nutrient deprivation  Ramanjulu Sunkar, Viswanathan Chinnusamy, Jianhua Zhu and Jian-Kang Zhu  2007  TRENDS in Plant Science  Vol.12 No.7  Meetal Sharma   
1358  Roles of the CBF2 and ZAT12 transcription factors in configuring the low temperature transcriptome of Arabidopsis  Jonathan T. Vogel, Daniel G. Zarka, Heather A. Van Buskirk, Sarah G. Fowler and Michael F. Thomashow  2005  The Plant Journal  41, 195–211  Meetal Sharma   
1359  The zinc finger network of plants  S. Ciftci-Yilmaza and R. Mittlera, b,  2008  Cell. Mol. Life Sci.  65:1150 – 1160  devinder kaur   
1360  Mechanisms and Functions of Photosystem I-Related Alternative Electron Transport Pathways in Chloroplasts  E. A. Egorova and N. G. Bukhov  2000  Russian Journal of Plant Physiology  Vol. 53, No. 5, pp. 571–582  Tanmay Vaidya   
1361  Mechanisms and Functions of Photosystem I-Related Alternative Electron Transport Pathways in Chloroplasts  E. A. Egorova and N. G. Bukhov  2000  Russian Journal of Plant Physiology  Vol. 53, No. 5, pp. 571–582  Tanmay Vaidya   
1362  Pivotal role of the AREB/ABF-SnRK2 pathway in ABRE-mediated transcription in response to osmotic stress in plants  Yasunari Fujitaa,b, Takuya Yoshidac and Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozakia,c,∗  2013  Physiologia Plantarum  147: 15–27  Meetal Sharma   
1363  Light Control of Arabidopsis Development Entails Coordinated Regulation of Genome Expression and Cellular Pathways  Ligeng Ma  2001  The Plant Cell,  Vol. 13, 2589–2607,  Tanmay Vaidya   
1364  Indispensable Roles of Plastids in Arabidopsis thaliana Embryogenesis  Shih-Chi Hsu  2010  Current Genomics  338-349  Tanmay Vaidya   
1365  Floral dip: a simplified method for Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Arabidopsis thaliana  Steven J. Clough  1998  The Plant Journal  16(6), 735–743  Tanmay Vaidya   
1366  The establishment of a slow-growth conservation system in vitro for two wild lily species  Du Yun-peng, Li Wen-yuan, Zhang Ming-fang, He Heng-bin and Jia Gui-xia*  2012  African Journal of Biotechnology  Vol. 11(8), pp. 1981-1990,  devinder kaur   
1367  Blackwell Science, Ltd Cross-species relationships between seedling relative growth rate, nitrogen productivity and root vs leaf function in 28 Australian woody species  I. J. WRIGHT and M. WESTOBY  2000  Functional Ecology  14:97–107  devinder kaur   
1368  Conservative Fragments in Bacterial 16S rRNA Genes and Primer Design for 16S Ribosomal DNA Amplicons in Metagenomic Studies  Yong Wang1,2, Pei-Yuan Qian1  2009  open acess  s. PLoS ONE 4(10): e7401. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0007401  himankshi   
1369  The Dark-Adaptation Response of the De-Etiolated Pea Mutant lip7 1s Modulated by Externa1 Signals and Endogenous Programs  Shannon France  1997  Plant Physiol  115: 23-28  Tanmay Vaidya   
1370  Use of morphological, molecular markers and cytology to differentiate between closely related Gaura coccinea, G. drummondii for breeding purposes  Grace M. Pietsch • Neil O. Anderson  2012  Euphytica  183:95–109  devinder kaur   
1371  Genetic Control of Carbon Partitioning in Grasses: Roles of Sucrose Transporters and Tie-dyed Loci in Phloem Loading  David M. Braun* and Thomas L. Slewinski  2009  Plant Physiology  Vol. 149, pp. 71–81  Devinder Kaur   
1372  In vitro propagation of Gigantochloa atroviolaceae Widjaja through nodal explants  Prabha Bisht, Manu Pant and Abhinav Kant  2010  Journal of American Science  6(10): 1019-1025  Devinder Kaur   
1373  What happens in plant molecular responses to cold stress?  Leila Heidarvand and Reza Maali Amiri  2010  Acta Physiol Plant  32:419–431  Devinder Kaur   
1374  NAD(H)-dependent glutamate dehydrogenase is essential for the survival of Arabidopsis thaliana during dark-induced carbon starvation  Yo Miyashita* and Allen G. Good  2008  Journal of Experimental Botany  Vol. 59, No. 3, pp. 667–680  Tanmay Vaidya   
1375  Overexpression of thaumatin-like protein in transgenic tomato plants confers enhanced resistance to Alternaria solani  Raju Radhajeyalakshmi Dr A , Rethinasamy Velazhahan,  2005  Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection  38(4): 257 – 265  Karan Acharya   
1376  Catalyst-free, facile, and an efficient synthesis of α-aminonitriles employing Zn(CN)2 as an ecofriendly cyanating agent   Sakshi Shah Baldev Singh  2012  Tetrahedron Letters  53, 151-156  Dharminder Sharma   
1377  Association of barley photoperiod and vernalization genes with QTLs for flowering time and agronomic traits in a BC2DH population and a set of wild barley introgression lines  Gongwei Wang, Inga Schmalenbach, Maria von Korff, Jens Le´on, Benjamin Kilian, Jeannette Rode, Klaus Pillen  2010  Theor Appl Genet  120:1559–1574  Devinder Kaur   
1378  A Norway Spruce FLOWERING LOCUS T Homolog Is Implicated in Control of Growth Rhythm in Conifers  Niclas Gyllenstrand, David Clapham, Thomas Ka¨ llman, and Ulf Lagercrantz  2007  Plant Physiology  Vol. 144, pp. 248–257  Devinder Kaur   
1379  Site of Synthesis of NADPH  W. T. GRIFFITHS AND NEIL S. BEER  1982  Plant Physiol  1014-1018  Tanmay Vaidya   
1380  Silver Thiosulfate Prevents Ethyleneinduced Abscission in Holly and Mistletoe  Daryl C. Joyce, Michael S. Reid, and Richard Y. Evans  1990  HORTSCIENCE  VOL. 25(l)   Karan Acharya   
1381  Characterization of copy numbers of 16S rDNA and 16S rRNA of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus and the implication in detection in planta using quantitative PCR  Jeong-soon Kim1 and Nian Wang*1,2  2009  BMC Research Notes   2:37 doi:10.1186/1756-0500-2-37  himankshi   
1382  Assessment of PCR-DGGE for the identification of diverse Helicobacter species, and application to faecal samples from zoo animals to determine Helicobacter prevalence  Waleed Abu Al-Soud,Mads Bennedsen,1,2 Stephen L. W. On,  2003  Journal of Medical Microbiology  52, 765–771  HIMANKSHI   
1383  Green synthesis of novel chalcone and coumarin derivatives via Suzuki coupling reaction  Lucas C.C. Vieira, Márcio Weber Paixão, Arlene G. Corrêa  2012  Tetrahedron Letters   53 2715–2718  Rajesh Kumar   
1384  New Air-Stable Catalysts for General and Efficient Suzuki−Miyaura Cross-Coupling Reactions of HeteroarylChlorides.   Anil S. Guram,* Anthony O. King, John G. Allen, Xianghong Wang,  2006  Org. Lett.,  Vol. 8, No. 9,  Rajesh Kumar   
1385  A Highly Active Catalyst for Suzuki–Miyaura Cross-Coupling Reactions of Heteroaryl Compounds  Kelvin L. Billingsley, Kevin W. Anderson, and Stephen L. Buchwald  2006  Angew. Chem.  118, 3564–3568  Rajesh Kumar   
1386  Composition of estuarine bacterial communities assessed by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis and fluorescence in situ hybridization  Dawn Castle and David L. Kirchman*  2004  Limnol. Oceanogr.: Method  2,303–314  himankshi   
1387  Suzuki Reaction Takes a “NakedHot Bath”: Coupling in High-Temperature Water without Transition Metals  Chao-Jun Li  2003  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  42, 4856 –4858  Rajesh Kumar   
1388  Two Transcription Factors, DREB1 and DREB2, with an EREBP/AP2 DNA Binding Domain Separate Two Cellular Signal Transduction Pathways in Drought- and Low- Temperature-Responsive Gene Expression, Respectively, in Arabidopsis  Qiang Liu, Mie Kasuga, Yoh Sakuma, Hiroshi Abe, Setsuko Miura, Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozaki,and Kazuo Shinozakib  1998  The Plant Cell  Vol. 10, 1391–1406  Meetal Sharma   
1389  The SHINE Clade of AP2 Domain Transcription Factors Activates Wax Biosynthesis, Alters Cuticle Properties, and Confers Drought Tolerance when Overexpressed in Arabidopsis  Asaph Aharoni, Shital Dixit, Reinhard Jetter, Eveline Thoenes, Gert van Arkel, and Andy Pereira  2004  The Plant Cell  Vol. 16, 2463–2480  Meetal Sharma   
1390  Decarboxylative Acylation of Arenes withr-Oxocarboxylic Acids via Palladium-Catalyzed C-H Activation  Mingzong Li and Haibo Ge  2010  Org. Lett.,  Vol. 12, No. 15,  Rajesh Kumar    
1391  Comparison of two standardisation methods in real-time quantitative RT-PCR to follow Staphylococcus aureus genes expression during in vitro growth  HeRdy Eleaume, SaRd Jabbouri*  2004  journal of microbiological methos  59 363 – 370  himankshi   
1392  Rh Catalyzed CH Activation and Oxidative Olefination without Chelate Assistance: On the Reactivity of Bromoarenes  Frederic W. Patureau,Corinna Nimphius, and Frank Glorius  2011  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 13, No. 24,   Rajesh Kumar    
1393  Complete nucleotide sequence of Dendrocalamus latiflorus and Bambusa oldhamii chloroplast genomes  F.-H. WU,1,5 D.-P. KAN,1,2,5 S.-B. LEE,3 H. DANIELL,3 Y.-W. LEE,1 C.-C. LIN,2 N.-S. LIN1,4 and C.-S. LIN1,6  2009  Tree Physiology  29, 847–856   
1394  Simple Absolute Quantification Method Correcting for Quantitative PCR Efficiency Variations for Microbial Community Samples  Robert Brankatschk,  2012  AFM  Volume 78 Number 12  himankshi   
1395  A new combinational statistical approach for cellulase optimization in Aspergillus nidulans  S. Anuradha Jabasingh and C. Valli Nachiyar  2010  Indian Journal of Science and Technology  3(8): 871-878  Hena Dhar   
1396  Racemization-Free Synthesis of S-Alkylated Cysteines via Thiol-ene Reaction  Gemma Triola, Luc Brunsveld, and Herbert Waldmann  2008  J. Org. Chem.  73, 3646–3649  Rajesh Kumar   
1397  Ionic liquid phase technology supported the three component synthesis of Hantzsch 1,4-dihydropyridines and Biginelli 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2(1H)-ones under microwave dielectric heating  Jean-Christophe Legeay,Jean Jacques Vanden Eynde, and Jean Pierre Bazureau  2005  Tetrahedron   61, 12386–12397  Rajesh Kumar    
1398  A Convenient Preparation of 5-Iodo-1,4-disubstituted-1,2,3-triazole: Multicomponent One-Pot Reaction of Azide and Alkyne Mediated by CuI-NBS.  Lingjun Li,Guisheng Zhang, Anlian Zhu,Lihe Zhang  2008  J. Org. Chem.  73, 3630–3633  Rajesh Kumar    
1399  Efficient Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling of (Hetero)aryl Chlorides with Thiophene- and Furanboronic Acids in Aqueousn-Butanol  Christoph A. Fleckenstein and Herbert Plenio  2008  J. Org. Chem.  73, 3236-3244  Rajesh Kumar   
1400  Pd(II)-Catalyzed C-H Activation/Aryl-Aryl Coupling of Phenol Esters  Bin Xiao,Yao Fu,Jun Xu,Tian-Jun Gong,Jian-Jun Dai, Jun Yi, Lei Liu   2010  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.   132, 468–469  Rajesh Kumar   
1401  Direct Pd-Catalyzed Arylation of 1,2,3-Triazoles  Stepan Chuprakov, Natalia Chernyak, Alexander S. Dudnik, and  2007  Org. Lett.,  Vol. 9, No. 12,  Rajesh Kumar    
1402  A One-Pot Double C-H Activation Palladium Catalyzed Route to a Unique Class of Highly Functionalized Thienoisoquinolines.  Nicholas W. Y. Wong and Pat Forgione  2012  Org. Lett.  Vol. 14, No. 11,   Rajesh Kumar   
1403  Copper-Mediated C−H Activation/C−S Cross-Coupling of Heterocycles with Thiols  Sadananda Ranjit,Richmond Lee, Dodi Heryadi, Chao Shen, Ji’En Wu, Pengfei Zhang, Kuo-Wei Huang, Xiaogang Liu  2011  J. Org. Chem.  76, 8999−9007  Rajesh Kumar    
1404  Decarboxylative Acylation of Cyclic Enamides withr‑Oxocarboxylic Acids by Palladium-Catalyzed C-H Activation at Room Temperature  Hua Wang, Li-Na Guo, and Xin-Hua Duan  2012  Org Lett.   4358-4361  Rajesh Kumar   
1405  Double C-H Activation: The Palladium-Catalyzed Direct C-Arylation of Xanthines with Arenes  Chandi C. Malakar, Dietmar Schmidt, J€urgen Conrad, and Uwe Beifuss  2011  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 13, No. 6,   Rajesh Kumar    
1406  Iron-Catalyzed Direct Alkenylation of2-Substituted Azaarenes withN-SulfonylAldimines via CH Bond Activation   Bo Qian,Pan Xie Yinjun Xie, and Hanmin Huang   2011  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 13, No. 10,   Rajesh Kumar    
1407  Ligand-Accelerated C-H Activation Reactions: Evidence for a Switch of Mechanism   Keary M. Engle, Dong-Hui Wang, and Jin-Quan Yu  2010  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.   132, 14137–14151 914137  Rajesh Kumar    
1408  Pd-Catalyzed C4-Olefination of Oxazoles via C-H Bond Activation: Divergent Synthesis of Functionalized Amino Alcohol and Amino Acid Derivatives.  Sunliang Cui,Lukasz Wojtas, and Jon C. Antilla  2011  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 13, No. 19,   Rajesh kumar    
1409  Knoevenagel condensations of 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds with aldehydes catalyzed by heterogeneous Ps-AlCl3without solvents  Yi Zhang, Qianqian Dou, Liyan Dai, Xiaozhong Wang and Yingqi Chen  2012  RSC Adv.,   2, 8979-8984  Rajesh Kumar    
1410  Phloem-Borne FT Signals Flowering in Cucurbits  Nancy A. Eckardt  2007  The Plant Cell  19: 1435–1438,  devinder kaur   
1411  A thermostable GH45 endoglucanase from yeast:impact of its atypical multimodularity on activity  Marie Couturier, Julia Feliu, Mireille Haon, David Navarro, Laurence Lesage-Meessen, Pedro M Coutinho and Jean-Guy Berrin  2011  Microbial Cell Factories   10:103  Hena Dhar   
1412  Regiospecific synthesis of 2-allyl-1,2,3-triazoles by palladium-catalyzed 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition  Shin Kamijo,Tienan Jin, Zhibao Huo, and Yoshinori Yamamoto  2002  Tetrahedron Letters   43, 9707–9710  Rajesh Kumar    
1413  Regioselective Formation ofr-Vinylpyrroles from the Ruthenium-Catalyzed Coupling Reaction of Pyrroles and Terminal Alkynes Involving C-H Bond Activation  Ruili Gao and Chae S. Yi  2010  J. Org. Chem.  75,3144–3146  Rajesh Kumar    
1414  Pd(II)-Catalyzed Ortho Arylation of 6-Arylpurines with Aryl Iodides via Purine-Directed C-H Activation: A New Strategy for Modification of 6-Arylpurine Derivatives.  Hai-Ming Guo, Li-Li Jiang, Hong-Ying Niu, Wei-Hao Rao, Lei Liang  2011  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 13, No. 8   Rajesj kumar    
1415  Micropropagation of apple cv. Tydemans Early Worcester  M. Modgil, D.R Sharma, S.V. Bhardwaj  1999  Scientia Horticulturae  81: 179-188  Rahul Mohan Singh   
1416  Rapid C-H Bond Activation by a Monocopper(III)Hydroxide Complex  Patrick J. Donoghue,Jacqui Tehranchi, Christopher J. Cramer, Ritimukta Sarangi,Edward I. Solomon, William B. Tolman*  2011  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  133, 17602–17605  Rajesh Kumar    
1417  Pyrrole Synthesis via Allylic sp3 C-H Activation of Enamines Followed by Intermolecular Coupling with Unactivated Alkynes  Souvik Rakshit, Frederic W. Patureau, and Frank Glorius  2010  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.  132, 9585–9587 99585  Rajesh Kumar   
1418  Ruthenium Chloride as an Efficient Catalytic Precursor for Hydroarylation Reactions via C-H bond Activation.  Marc-Olivier Simon, Jean-Pierre Genet, and Sylvain Darses*  2010  Org. Lett.,  Vol. 12, No. 13,  Rajesh Kumar    
1419  Ruthenium-Catalyzed Cycloaddition of Alkynes and Organic Azides  Li Zhang, Xinguo Chen, Peng Xue, Peng Xue, Ian D. Williams, K. Barry Sharpless, Valery V. Fokin, and Guochen Jia  2005  J. AM. CHEM. SOC.   127, 15998-15999  Rajesh Kumar   
1420  Functions and Application of the AP2/ERF Transcription Factor Family in Crop Improvement  Zhao-Shi Xu, Ming Chen, Lian-Cheng Li and You-Zhi Ma∗  2011  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology  53 (7)  VISHAL   
1421  Ruthenium-CatalyzedOrtho-Alkenylation of Aromatic Ketones withAlkenes by C-H Bond Activation.  Kishor Padala and Masilamani Jeganmohan  2011  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 13, No. 23,   Rajesh Kumar   
1422  TERMINAL FLOWER1 Is a Mobile Signal Controlling Arabidopsis Architecture  Lucio Conti1 and Desmond Bradley2  2007  The Plant Cell  19: 767–778  devinder kaur   
1423  The role of sucrose and different cytokinins in the in vitro floral morphogenesis of rose (hybrid tea) cv. ‘‘First Prize’’  Nguyen Hong Vu Æ Phan Hoang Anh Æ Duong Tan Nhut  2006  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult  87:315–320  devinder kaur   
1424  The phenology of growth and reproduction in plants  Michael Fenner  1998  Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics  Vol. 1/1, pp. 78–91  devinder kaur   
1425  The establishment of axenic seed and embryo cultures of endangered Hawaiian plant species: special review of disinfestation protocols  Nellie C. Sugii  2011  In Vitro Cell.Dev.Biol.—Plant  47:157–169  devinder kaur   
1426  The establishment of a slow-growth conservation system in vitro for two wild lily species  Du Yun-peng, Li Wen-yuan, Zhang Ming-fang, He Heng-bin and Jia Gui-xia*  2012  African Journal of Biotechnology  11(8), pp. 1981-1990,  devinder kaur   
1427  The calcium-dependent protein kinase (PnCDPK1) is involved in Pharbitis nil flowering  Krzysztof Jaworski∗, Agnieszka Pawełek1, Jan Kopcewicz2, Adriana Szmidt-Jaworska3  2012  Journal of Plant Physiology  169 1578– 1585  devinder kaur   
1428  The Effect of Temperature, pH, and Salt on Amylase in Heliodiaptomus viduus (Gurney) (Crustacea: Copepoda: Calanoida)  Tapan Kr. DUTTA1, Malabendu JANA2, Priti R. PAHARI1, Tanmay BHATTACHARYA1  2006  Turk J Zool  30 187-195  devinder kaur   
1429  Rh Catalyzed C-H Activation and Oxidative Olefination without Chelate Assistance: On the Reactivity of Bromoarenes.  Frederic W. Patureau,Corinna Nimphius, and Frank Glorius  2011  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 13, No. 24,   Rajesh Kumar    
1430  Ruthenium-Catalyzed Aromatic C-H Activation of Benzylic Alcohols via Remote Electronic Activation  Andrew J. A. Watson, Aoife C. Maxwell, Jonathan M. J. Williams  2010  Org. Lett.,  Vol. 12, No. 17,  Rajesh Kumar    
1431  Sequential Intermolecular Aminopalladation/ortho-Arene C−H Activation Reactions of N-Phenylpropiolamides with Phthalimide  Shi Tang,Peng Peng, Shao-Feng, Yun Liang, Nai-Xing Wang, Jin-Heng Li  2008  Org. Lett.,  Vol. 10, No. 6,  Rajesh Kumar   
1432  Synthesis of Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers by Means of a Catalytic System for C−H Activation  Masahiko Seki*and Masaki Nagahama  2011  J. Org. Chem.  76, 10198−10206  Rajesh Kumar    
1433  Sustainable H2O/ethyl lactate system for ligand-free Suzuki–Miyaura reaction  Jie-Ping Wan,Chunping Wang,Rihui Zhou, Yunyun Liu,   2012  RSC Adv.  12, 125-129  Rajesh Kumar    
1434  Isolation, incubation, and parallel functional testing and identification by FISH of rare microbial single-copy cells from multi-species mixtures using the combination of chemistrode and stochastic confinement  Weishan Liu, Hyun Jung Kim, Elena M. Lucchetta, Wenbin Du, and Rustem F. Ismagilov  2009  Lab Chip  9(15): 2153–2162  Hena Dhar   
1435  The Regioselective Switch for Amino-NHC Mediated C-H Activation of Benzimidazole via Ni-Al Synergistic Catalysis  Wei-Chun Shih,Wen-Ching Chen, Ying-Chieh Lai, Ming-Shiuan Yu, Jhao-Jhe Ho, Glenn P. A. Yap, and Tiow-Gan Ong  2012  Org. Lett.,   Vol. 14, No. 8,   Rajesh Kumar    
1436  Endophytic Bacterial Communities in Ginseng and their Antifungal Activity Against Pathogens  Kye Man Cho, Su Young Hong, Sun Mi Lee, Yong Hee Kim, Goon Gjung Kahng, Yong Pyo Lim, Hoon Kim and Han Dae Yun  2007  Microbial Ecology  54, 341–351  Hena Dhar   
1437  Somatic embryogenesis from zygotic embryos and shoot-tips of the Chilean tree Gomortega keule  Diego Mun˜oz-Concha • Sean Mayes •  2012  Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult  109:123–130  Devinder Kaur   
1438  GsCBRLK, a calcium/calmodulin-binding receptor-like kinase, is a positive regulator of plant tolerance to salt and ABA stress  Liang Yang1,†, Wei Ji1, Yanming Zhu1,†,*, Peng Gao1, Yong Li1, Hua Cai1, Xi Bai1 and Dianjing Guo  2010  Journal of Experimental Botany  Vol. 61, No. 9, pp. 2519–2533  Devinder Kaur   
1439  Involvement of endogenous plant hormones (IAA, ABA, GAs) in leaves and flower bud formation of satsuma mandarin (Citrus unshiu Marc.)  Yoshiko Koshitaa,*,1, Toshio Takaharaa,  1999  Scientia Horticulturae  79 185±194  Devinder Kaur   
1440  Comparison of in vitro and in vivo inflorescence of common cockscomb (Celosia argentea var. cristata)  Kitti Bodhipadmaa, Sompoch Noichindaa, Intira Yadbuntunga, Waranya Buaeiama,  2010  ScienceAsia  36 68–71  Devinder Kaur   
1441  The effect of low temperature on metabolism of membrane lipids in plants and associated gene expression  Cosmin Badea1 and Saikat Kumar Basu  2009  Plant Omics Journal  2(2):78-84  Devinder Kaur   
1442  Phenotypic plasticity: linking molecular mechanisms with evolutionary outcomes  CARL D. SCHLICHTING1* and HARRY SMITH  2002  Evolutionary Ecology  16: 189–211  Devinder Kaur   
1443  Molecular and GeneticMechanisms of Floral Control  Thomas Jack1  2004  The Plant Cell  16, S1–S17  Devinder Kaur   
1444  Maturation timing of stamens and pistils in the dioecious plant Silene latifolia  Wataru Aonuma • Yuji Shimizu • Kotaro Ishii •  2013  J Plant Res  126:105–112  Devinder Kaur   
1445  Genome-Wide Patterns of Arabidopsis Gene Expression in Nature  Christina L. Richards1,2., Ulises Rosas1., Joshua Banta1,3, Naeha Bhambhra1, Michael D. Purugganan  2012  plos one  8-4-e1002662  Devinder Kaur   
1446  (Bromodimethyl)sulfonium bromide mediated Michael addition of thiols to α, β-unsaturated ketones  M. SHAILAJA, A. MANJULA, B. VITTAL RAO*  2007  Journal of Sulfur Chemistry  Vol. 28, No. 1, 31–38  rajesh kumar   
1447  Carbohydrate metabolism in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) seedlings and yield and fruit quality as affected by low night temperature and subsequent recovery  Hongyan Qi* Lijing Hua, Le Zhao and Longxi Zhou  2011  African Journal of Biotechnology  10(30), pp. 5743-5749  Devinder Kaur   
1448  Repression of gibberellin biosynthesis or signaling produces striking alterations in poplar growth, morphology, and flowering  Christine Zawaski • Mahita Kadmiel •  2011  Planta  234:1285–1298  Devinder Kaur   
1449  Optimisation of supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of essential oil of flowers of tea (Camellia sinensis L.) plants and its antioxidative activity  Zhenchun ChenXin Mei,Yuxia Jin, Eun-Hye Kim, Ziyin Yangb and Youying Tu  2013  journal of food science and agriculture  51 1022  Eshita Sharma   
1450  A simple and efficientthia-Michael addition toα,β-unsaturated ketones catalyzed by Yb(OTf)3in [bmim][BF4]  Anil Kumar*, Israr Ahmad and M. Sudershan Rao  2009  Journal of Sulfur Chemistry   Vol. 30, No. 6, 570–577  rajesh kumar   
1451  Highly Enantioselective Conjugate Addition of Nitromethane to Chalcones Using Bifunctional Cinchona Organocatalysts.  Benedek Vakulya,† Szila´ rd Varga, † Antal Csa´ mpai, ‡ and Tibor Soo´s*  2005  ORGANIC LETTERS  vol. 7, No. 10 1967-1969  rajesh kumar   
1452  Proteomics of rice in response to heat stress and advances in genetic engineering for heat tolerance in rice  Jie Zou • Cuifang Liu • Xinbo Chen  2011  Plant Cell Rep  30:2155–2165  Devinder Kaur   
1453  Facile and efficient oxidation of sulfides to sulfoxides in water using hypervalent iodine reagents   Hirofumi Tohma, Tomohiro Maegawa, and Yasuyuki Kita*   2003  ARKIVOC   62-70  rajesh kumar   
1454  Alkaline Protease from Bacillus subtilisCatalyzed Michael Addition of Pyrimidine Derivatives to a,b-Ethylenic Compounds in Organic Media  Alkaline Protease from Bacillus subtilisCatalyzed Michael Addition of Pyrimidine Derivatives to a,b-Ethylenic Compounds in Organic Media  2004  Synthesis  vol No. 5, 671 – 674  rajesh kumar   
1455  Green Michael Addition of Thiols to Electron Deficient Alkenes using KF/Alumina and Recyclable Solvent or Solvent-free Conditions  Eder J. Lenardão,* Danusia O. Trecha, Patrícia da C. Ferreira, Raquel G. Jacob and Gelson Perin  2009  J. Braz. Chem. Soc.  Vol. 20, No. 1, 93-99  rajesh kumar   
1456  Catalytic Direct Asymmetric MichaelReactions: Taming Naked Aldehyde Donors  Juan M. Betancort and Carlos F. Barbas III*  2001  ORGANIC LETTERS   Vol. 3, No. 23 3737-3740  rajesh kumar   
1457  Organocatalytic Activity of N-Heterocyclic Carbenes in the Michael Addition of 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds: Application to a Stereoselective Spirocyclization Sequence  Thomas Boddaert, a Yoann Coquerel, a, * and Jean Rodriguez a, *  2009  Adv. Synth. Catal.  351, 1744 – 1748  rajesh kumar   
1458  Michael Additions of Amines to Methyl Acrylates Promoted by Microwave Irradiation  Jaime Escalante*, Manuel Carrillo-Morales and Irma Linzaga   2008  Molecules   13, 340-347  rajesh kumar   
1459  Michael addition of pyrimidine with disaccharide acrylates catalyzed in organic medium with lipase M fromMucorjavanicus  Hong-Xia DaiÆ Shi-Ping YaoÆ Jian Wang  2006  Biotechnol Lett  28:1503–1507  rajesh kumar   
1460  Organocatalytic Activity of N-Heterocyclic Carbenes in the Michael Addition of 1,3-Dicarbonyl Compounds: Application to a Stereoselective Spirocyclization Sequence  Thomas Boddaert, a Yoann Coquerel, a, * and Jean Rodriguez a  2009  Adv. Synth. Catal  351, 1744 – 1748  rajesh kumar   
1461  Plant strategies for survival in changing environment  Matsuo Uemuraa,∗ and Jean-Francois Hausmanb  2013  Physiologia Plantarum  147: 1–3. 2013  Devinder Kaur   
1462  Pollen vacuoles and their significance  Ettore Pacini • Ce´dric Jacquard • Christophe Cle´ment  2011  Planta  234:217–227  Devinder Kaur   
1463  LEAF SHAPE AND ANATOMY AS INDICATORS OF PHASE CHANGE IN THE GRASSES: COMPARISON OF MAIZE, RICE, AND BLUEGRASS1  ANNE W. SYLVESTER,2,5 VICKIE PARKER-CLARK,3 AND  2001  American Journal of Botany  88(12): 2157–2167  Devinder Kaur   
1464  Temperature-dependent growth and emergence of functional leaves: an adaptive mechanism in the seedlings of the western Himalayan plant Podophyllum hexandrum  Rekha Kushwaha Æ Subedar Pandey Æ  2008  J Plant Res  121:299–309  Devinder Kaur   
1465  PICLORAM  CAROLINE COX  1998  JOURNAL OF PESTICIDE REFORM  VOL.18, NO. 1  Devinder Kaur   
1466  Patterning of Inflorescences and Flowers by the F-Box Protein DOUBLE TOP and the LEAFY Homolog ABERRANT LEAF AND FLOWER of Petunia  Erik Souer,1 Alexandra B. Rebocho,1 Mattijs Bliek, Elske Kusters, Robert A.M. de Bruin,2 and Ronald Koes3  2008  The Plant Cell  20: 2033–2048  Devinder Kaur   
1467  Plant vitriWcation solution 2 lowers water content and alters freezing behavior in shoot tips during cryoprotection   Gayle M. Volk ¤, Christina Walters  2006  Cryobiology  52 48–61  Devinder Kaur   
1468  OPTIMIZATION OF GROWTH CONDITIONS DURING SWEETPOTATO MICRO-PROPAGATION  Mervat M.M. EL Far  2007  African Potato Association Conference Proceedings  Vol.7, pp. 204-211  Devinder Kaur   
1469  Assessing the impact of chlorpyrifos on growth, photosynthetic pigments and yield in Vigna radiata L. at different phenological stages  Talat Parween1, Sumira Jan2, Mahmooduzzafar2 and Tasneem Fatma1  2011  African Journal of Agricultural Research  6(19), pp. 4432-4440,  Devinder Kaur   
1470  PRECOCIOUS FLOWERING and REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY of TRIPLOCHITON SCLEROXYLON K. Schum  R.R.B. LEAKEY*, N.R. FERGUSON*, and K.A. LONGMAN  1981  Common. For. Rev.  60(2)  Devinder Kaur   
1471  Soluble carbohydrates and acid invertases involved in the rapid growth of developing culms in Sasa palmata (Bean) Camus  E. Magel*, S. Kruse, G. Lütje and W. Liese  2006  Bamboo Science and Culture:  19(1): 23-29  Devinder Kaur   
1472  Auxin-Induced Ethylene Triggers Abscisic Acid Biosynthesis and Growth Inhibition1  Hauke Hansen and Klaus Grossmann  2000  Plant Physiology  Vol. 124, pp. 1437–1448,  Devinder Kaur   
1473  Conservation in vitro of rare and threatened ferns—case studies of biodiversity hotspot and island species  Helen Barnicoat & Ryan Cripps & Jonathan Kendon &  2011  In Vitro Cell.Dev.Biol.—Plant  47:37–45  Devinder Kaur   
1474  From leaf to flower: revisiting Goethe’s concepts on the ¨metamorphosis¨ of plants  Marcelo Carnier Dornelas1* and Odair Dornelas2  2005  Braz. J. Plant Physiol.  17(4):335-343  Devinder Kaur   
1475  EFFECT OF SUCROSE INDUCED OSMOTIC STRESS ON CALLUS GROWTH AND BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF TWO WHEAT GENOTYPES  FARRUKH JAVED* AND SUMAIRA IKRAM  2008  Pak. J. Bot.  40(4): 1487-1495  Devinder Kaur   
1476  Toxicity of phenolic compounds to oxidoreductases of Acinetobacter species isolated from a tropical soil  J. C. Okolo*, C. O. Nweke, R. N. Nwabueze, C. U. Dike and C. E. Nwanyanwu  2007  Scientific Research and Essay  Vol. 2 (7), pp. 244-250  Devinder Kaur   
1477  Biochemical and histological changes in Dendrobium sonia-28 protocorm-like bodies (PLBs) at various low temperatures and under mineral oil layer  Robiah Omar, Bhavani Balakrishnan, Advina Lizah Julkifle and Sreeramanan Subramaniam  2012  African Journal of Biotechnology  Vol. 11(36), pp. 8831-8842  Devinder Kaur   
1478  Patterning of Inflorescences and Flowers by the F-Box Protein DOUBLE TOP and the LEAFY Homolog ABERRANT LEAF AND FLOWER of Petunia  Erik Souer,1 Alexandra B. Rebocho,1 Mattijs Bliek, Elske Kusters, Robert A.M. de Bruin,2 and Ronald Koes3  2008  The Plant Cell  Vol. 20: 2033–2048  Devinder Kaur   
1479  Genetic diversity and relationships between nine species of bamboo in Sri Lanka, using Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA  S. M. S. D. Ramanayake, V. N. Meemaduma, T. E. Weerawardene  2007  Pl Syst Evol  269: 55–61  Devinder Kaur   
1480  Indispensable Roles of Plastids in Arabidopsis thaliana Embryogenesis  Shih-Chi Hsu1, Mark F. Belmonte2,3, John J. Harada2 and Kentaro Inoue  2010  Current Genomics  11, 338-349  Shruti Kirti   
1481  In vitro propagation of Gigantochloa atroviolaceae Widjaja through nodal explants  Prabha Bisht*, Manu Pant and Abhinav Kant  2010  Journal of American Science  6(10)  Devinder Kaur   
1482  EMF1, A Novel Protein Involved in the Control of Shoot Architecture and Flowering in Arabidopsis  Dominique Aubert,  2001  The Plant Cell  13, 1865–1875  Devinder Kaur   
1483  In vitro regeneration of adult trees of Bambusa vulgaris  Aliou NDIAYE, Mamadou Saliou DIALLO, Dame NIANG and Yaye Kène GASSAMA-DIA  2006  African Journal of Biotechnology  5 pp. 1245-1248  Devinder Kaur   
1484  Cryopreservation by encapsulation-dehydration for long-term storage of some important germplasm: seed of lily [Lilium ledebourii (Baker) Bioss.], embryonic axe of persian lilac (Melia azedarach L.), and tea (Camellia sinensis L.)  Behzad Kaviani  2010  lplant omics journal  3(6)177-182  Devinder Kaur   
1485  Auxin regulation of Arabidopsis flower development involves members of the AINTEGUMENTA-LIKE/PLETHORA (AIL/PLT) family  Beth A. Krizek*  2011  Journal of Experimental Botany  Page 1 of 9  Devinder Kaur   
1486  A Novel RNA-Recognition-Motif Protein Is Required for Premeiotic G1/S-Phase Transition in Rice (Oryza sativa L.)  Ken-Ichi Nonomura1,2*, Mitsugu Eiguchi1, Mutsuko Nakano1, Kazuya Takashima1, Norio Komeda1,2,  2011  plos genetics  7 1 e1001265  Devinder Kaur   
1487  Influence of the stage for anther excision and heterostyly in embryogenesis induction from eggplant anther cultures  Pablo Salas • Alba Rivas-Sendra •  2012  Euphytica  184:235–250  Devinder Kaur   
1488  GROWTH RETARDANTS: Effects on Gibberellin Biosynthesis and OtherMetabolic Pathways  Wilhelm Rademacher  2000  Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol.  51:501–31  Devinder Kaur   
1489  Blackwell Publishing Ltd Pollen resistance to water in 80 angiosperm species: flower structures protect rain-susceptible pollen  Yun-Yun Mao and Shuang-Quan Huang  2009  new phytologist  183: 892–899  Devinder Kaur   
1490  Low-cost Micropropagation of Vetiver (Vetiveria zizanioides L.)  Le Van Be, Vo Thanh Tan, Nguyen Thi To Uyen and Le Viet Dung*  2008  AU J.T.  12(1): 18-24  Devinder Kaur   
1491  Genetic Analyses of Interactions among Gibberellin, Abscisic Acid, and Brassinosteroids in the Control of Flowering Time in Arabidopsis thaliana  Malgorzata A. Domagalska1¤a, Elzbieta Sarnowska1¤b, Ferenc Nagy2,3, Seth J. Davis  2010  plos one  5 11 e14012  Devinder Kaur   
1492  Epigenetic programming via histone methylation at WRKY53 controls leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana   Nicole Ay1, Kristina Irmler2, Andreas Fischer2, Ria Uhlemann1, Gunter Reuter2 and Klaus Humbeck1,*  2009  The Plant Cell  58  jai Parkash   
1493  A gene regulatory network controlled by the NACtranscription factor ANAC092/AtNAC2/ORE1 during salt-promoted senescence  Salma Balazadeh 1,2 , Hamad Siddiqui 1,† , Annapurna D. Allu 1,2,† , Lilian P. Matallana-Ramirez 1,2 , Camila Caldana 2 , Mohammad Mehrnia 1,2 , Maria-Ine ́ s Zanor 2 , Barbara Ko ̈ hler 1 and Bernd Mueller-Roeber 1,2  2010  The Plant   62 , 250–264   jai Parkash   
1494  Autophagy Contributes to Leaf Starch Degradation  Yan Wang,a,1 Bingjie Yu,a,1 Jinping Zhao,a Jiangbo Guo,a,2 Ying Li,b Shaojie Han,a Lei Huang,b Yumei Du,a Yiguo Hong,c Dingzhong Tang,d and Yule Liua,  2013  The Plant Cell   doi/10.1105/tpc.112.108993  jai Parkash   
1495  WRKY54 and WRKY70 co-operate as negative regulators of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana.  Besseau S, Li J, Palva ET   2012  Journal of Experimental Botany  Vol. 63, No. 7, pp. 2667–2679  jai Parkash   
1496  Direct C-H Amination of Arenes with Alkyl Azides under Rhodium Catalysis   Kwangmin Shin, Yunjung Baek, and Sukbok Chang  2013  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.  52, 1–7  Dharminder Sharma   
1497  Comparative transcriptome analysis reveals significant differences in gene expression and signalling pathways between developmental and dark/starvation-induced senescence in Arabidopsis  Vicky Buchanan-Wollaston1,*, Tania Page1, Elizabeth Harrison1, Emily Breeze1, Pyung Ok Lim2,3  2005  The Plant   42 , 567–58  jai Parkash   
1498  The molecular analysis of leaf senescence– A genomics approach  Buchanan-Wollaston V, Earl S, Harrison E, Mathas E, Navabpour S, Page T, Pink D  2003  Plant Biotechnol  1:3-22  jai Parkash   
1499  Expression of the b-oxidation gene 3-ketoacyl-CoA thiolase 2 (KAT2) is required for the timely onset of natural and dark-induced leaf senescence in Arabidopsis  Castillo MC, Leon J   2008  59(8):2171-9.  Vol. 59, No. 8, pp. 2171–2179  jai Parkash   
1500  The APG8/12-activating enzyme APG7 is required for proper nutrient recycling and senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana  Doelling JH, Walker JM, Friedman EM, Thompson AR, Vierstra RD   2002  THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY  277,33105–33114  jai Parkash   
1501  Inhibition of leaf senescence by autoregulated production of cytokinin  Gan SS, Amasino RM   1995  Science  22;270(5244):1986-8.  jai Parkash   
1502  Blackwell Publishing Ltd Modification of nitrogen remobilization, grain fill and leaf senescence in maize (Zea mays) by transposon insertional mutagenesis in a protease gene  Iain S. Donnison1*, Alan P. Gay1*, Howard Thomas1, Keith J. Edwards2, David Edwards3, Caron L. James1,Ann M. Thomas1 and Helen J. Ougham1  2008  Plant Physiol  148(3): 1707–1720.  jai Parkash   
1503  Regulation of Leaf Senescence and Crop Genetic Improvement  Xiao-Yuan Wu1, Ben-Ke Kuai2, Ji-Zeng Jia3and Hai-Chun Jing1  2012  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology   54 (12): 936–952  jai Parkash   
1504  Regulation of Leaf Senescence by Cytokinin, Sugars, and Light  Astrid Wingler * , Antje von Schaewen, Richard C. Leegood, Peter J. Leaand W. Paul Quick  1998  Plant Physiol.  116: 329–335  jai Parkash   
1505  Making sense of senescence – Molecular genetic regulation and manipulation of leaf senescence  Susheng Can2 and Richard M. Amasino  1997  Plant Physiol.   113: 313-319   jai Parkash   
1506  Large-scale identification of leaf senescenceassociated genes.   Gepstein S, Sabehi G, Carp MJ, Hajouj T, Nesher MF, Yariv I, Dor C, Bassani M   2003  Plant J  36, 629–642  jai Parkash   
1507  Leaf senescence and nutrient remobilisation in barley and wheat  Gregersen PL, Holm PB, Krupinska K   2008  Plant Biol.  10, 37–49   
1508  Last Exit: Senescence, Abscission, and Meristem Arrest in Arabidopsis  Anthony B. Bleeckerl and Sara E. Patterson  1997  The Plant Cell,  9, 1169-1 179,   jai Parkash   
1509  Autophagy machinery controls nitrogen remobilization at the whole-plant level under both limiting and ample nitrate conditions in Arabidopsis  Anne Guiboileau 1,2 , Kohki Yoshimoto 1,2,3 , Fabienne Soulay 1,2 , Marie-Paule Bataille ́ 4 , Jean-Christophe Avice 4 and Ce ́ line Masclaux-Daubresse 1  2012  New Phytologis  194 : 732–740  jai Parkash   
1510  Arabidopsis Nitric Oxide Synthase1 Is Targeted to Mitochondria and Protects against Oxidative Damage and Dark-Induced Senescence  Fang-Qing Guo and Nigel M. Crawford  2005  The Plant Cell,  17, 3436–3450,  jai Parkash   
1511  Transcriptome of Arabidopsis leaf senescence  Guo Y, Cai Z, Gan S   2004  Plant Cell Environ.   27, 521–549  jai Parkash   
1512  Convergence and divergence in gene expression profiles induced by leaf senescence and 27 senescencepromoting hormonal, pathological and environmental stress treatments  Guo Y, Gan SS   2012  Plant, Cell and Environment  35, 644–655  jai Parkash   
1513  AtMYB2 Regulates Whole Plant Senescence by Inhibiting Cytokinin-Mediated Branching at Late Stages of Development in Arabidopsis  Yongfeng Guo 2 and Susheng Gan*  2011  Plant Physiology  156, 1612–1619,  jai Parkash   
1514  LEAF SENESCENCE AND CARBON ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION IN DURUM WHEAT(Triticum durum Desf.) UNDER SEVERE DROUGHT CONDITIONS  M. Hafsi1, J. Akhter2, P. Monneveux3  2007  Cereal Research Communications   35 (1) 71-80  jai Parkash   
1515  Nutrients mobilized from leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana during leaf senescence  Himelblau E, Amasino RM   2001  J. Plant Physiol.  158,1317–1323  jai Parkash   
1516  Update on the biochemistry of chlorophyll breakdown  Hortensteiner S  2012  Plant Mol. Biol.  DOI 10.1007/s11103-012-9940-z  jai Parkash   
1517  Nitrogen metabolism and remobilization during senescence  Stefan Hortensteiner and Urs Feller  2002  Journal of Experimental Botany  53,927–937  jai Parkash   
1518  Arabidopsis CPR5 is a senescence-regulatory gene with pleiotropic functions as predicted by the evolutionary theory of senescence   Hai-Chun Jing1,2, Lisa Anderson3, Marcel J.G. Sturre1, Jacques Hille1 and Paul P. Dijkwel1  2007  Journal of Experimental Botany  58,:3885–3894  jai Parkash   
1519  A novel protein RLS1 with NB-ARM domains is involved in chloroplast degradation during leaf senescence in rice.   Jiao BB, Wang JJ, Zhu XD, Zeng LJ, Li Q, He ZH  2012  Molecular Plant  5: 205-217  jai Parkash   
1520  A novel upstream regulator of WRKY53 transcription during leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana  Y. Miao 1 , A. Smykowski 2 & U. Zentgraf  2008  Plant Biology  10,110-120  jai Parkash   
1521  Ethylene-induced leaf senescence depends on age-related changes and OLD genes in Arabidopsis   Jing HC, Schippers JHM, Hille J, Dijkwei PP   2005  J. Exp. Bot.   56, 2915–2923  jai Parkash   
1522  Early leaf senescence is associated with an altered cellular redox balance in Arabidopsis cpr5/old1 mutants  Jing HC, Hebeler R, Oeljeklaus S, Sitek B, Stuehler K, Meyer HE, Sturre MJG, Hille J, Warscheid B, Dijkwel PP   2008  Plant Biol.  10, 85–98  jai Parkash   
1523  Overexpression of wound-responsive RNA-binding proteins induces leaf senescence and hypersensitive-like cell death  Cha Young Kim1,2, Jérôme Bove1 and Sarah M. Assmann1  2008  New Phytologist  180: 57–70  jai Parkash   
1524  Three positive regulators of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis , ORE1, ORE3 and ORE9, play roles in crosstalk among multiple hormone-mediated senescence pathways  Jin Hee Kim . Kyung Min Chung . Hye Ryun Woo  2011  Genes & Genomics   33:373-381  jai Parkash   
1525  YUCCA6 over-expression demonstrates auxin function in delaying leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana  Kim JI, Murphy AS, Baek D, Lee SW, Yun DJ, Bressan RA, Narasimhan ML  2011  Journal of Experimental Botany  62: 3981–3992  jai Parkash   
1526  Age-dependent action of an ABA-inducible receptor kinase, RPK1,as a positive regulator of senescence in Arabidopsis Leaves  In Chul Lee1, Suk Whan Hong2, Sung Soo Whang3, Pyung Ok Lim4, Hong Gil Nam1,5,* and Ja Choon Koo  2011  Plant Cell Physiol  52(4): 651–662  jai Parkash   
1527  Senescence-associated vacuoles’ are involved in the degradation of chloroplast proteins in tobacco leaves  Martinez DE, Costa ML, Gomez FM, Otegui MS, Guiamet JJ   2008  Plant J.   56, 196–206  jai Parkash   
1528  Alkaline alphagalactosidase degrades thylakoid membranes in the chloroplast during leaf senescence in rice  Lee RH, Hsu JH, Huang HJ, Lo SF, Chen SCG   2009  New Phytologist  184 : 596–606  jai Parkash   
1529  A NAC transcription factor NTL4 promotes reactive oxygen species production during drought induced leaf senescence in Arabidopsis  Lee S, Seo PJ, Lee HJ, Park CM   2012  Plant J.  70, 831–844  jai Parkash   
1530  Targets of the WRKY53 transcription factor and its role during leaf senescence in Arabidopsis  Y. Miao, T. Laun, P. Zimmermann and U. Zentgraf  2004  Plant Molecular Biology  55: 853–867  jai Parkash   
1531  A HECT E3 ubiquitin ligase negatively regulates Arabidopsis leaf senescence through degradation of the transcription factor WRKY53  Ying Miao † and Ulrike Zentgraf  2010  The Plant Journal  63 , 179–188  jai Parkash   
1532  IMPROVED ABIOTIC STRESS TOLERANCE IN PLANTS BY ACCUMULATION OF OSMOPROTECTANTS - GENE TRANSFER APPROACH  D. Djilianov1, T. Georgieva1, D. Moyankova2, A. Atanassov1, K. Shinozaki3, S.C.M.  2005  Biotechnol. & Biotechnol.   19  Karan Acharya   
1533  Transgenic approaches to microbial disease resistance in crop plants  John M Salmeron and Bernard Vernooij  1998  Current Opinion in Plant Biology   1:347–352  Karan Acharya   
1534  Greenhouse and ®eld testing of transgenic wheat plants stably expressing genes for thaumatin-like protein, chitinase and glucanase against Fusarium graminearum  Ajith Anand1, Tian Zhou1, Harold N. Trick2, Bikram S. Gill2, William W. Bockus2 and  2003  Journal of Experimental Botany  Vol. 54, No. 384pp; 1101-1111  Karan Acharya   
1535  Advances in genetic engineering for plants abiotic stress control  Tchouopou Lontchi Josine, Jing Ji, Gang Wang and Chun Feng Guan  2011  African Journal of Biotechnology   Vol. 10(28), pp. 5402-5413  Karan Acharya   
1536  Potentiation of Developmentally Regulated Plant Defense Response by AtWRKY18, a Pathogen-Induced Arabidopsis Transcription Factor  Chunhong Chen and Zhixiang Chen  2002  Plant Physiology,   129: 706–716  Karan Acharya   
1537  CORRELATED EVOLUTION OF LEAF SHAPE AND TRICHOMES IN BEGONIA DREGEI (BEGONIACEAE  TRACY MCLELLAN  2005  American Journal of Botany 92(10)  1616–1623.   Karan Acharya   
1538  Activation of Host Defense Mechanisms by Elevated Production of H,O, in Transgenic Plants  Cusui Wul*, Barry J. Shortt, Ellen B. Lawrence, José León, Karen C. Fitzsimmons, Elaine B. Levine, llya Raskin,  1997  Plant Physiol.   11 5: 427-435  Karan Acharya   
1539  Targeting polyamines of Aspergillus nidulans by siRNA specific to fungal ornithine decarboxylase gene  MADHU KHATRI & M. V. RAJAM  2007  Medical Mycology  45 & 211-220  priyanka bhadwal   
1540  TIBA INHIBITION OF IN VITRO ORGANOGENESIS IN EXCISED TOBACCO LEAF EXPLANTS  HARBINDER S. DHALIWAL, EDWARD C. YEUNG, AND TREVOR A. THORP  2004  In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol.—Plant  40:235–238  Karan Acharya   
1541  THEMOLECULAR BASIS OF DEHYDRATION TOLERANCE IN PLANTS  J. Ingram and D. Bartels  1996  Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol.  47:377–403  Karan Acharya   
1542  A field screening technique for drought tolerance studies in potatoes  J.M. STEYN l, H.F. DU PLESSIS and P.S. HAMMES  1998  Potato Research   41:295 -203  Karan Acharya   
1543  A PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR DESCRIPTION OF THE WATER STRESS IN SUGAR BEET  M. BAGATTA*, P. BAGNARESI*, L. ARRU**, S. ROGNONI**, P. PERATA**, P.  2004  Proceedings of the XLVIII Italian Society of Agricultural Genetics  55:68-99  Karan Acharya   
1544  EFFECT OF SOME SUBSTITUTED BENZOIC ACIDS AND RELATED COMPOUNDS ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF CALLUS GROWTH IN TOBACCO STEM EXPLANTS  GEORGE W. KEITT, JR. AND FOLKE SKOOG  2005  PLANT PHYSIOLOGY  54:117-122  Karan Acharya   
1545  The incompatible interaction between Phytophthora parasiticavar. nicotianae race 0 and tobacco is suppressed in transgenicplants expressing antisense lipoxygenase sequences  IANN RANCE´, JOE¨LLE FOURNIER, AND MARIE-THE´RE`SE ESQUERRE´-TUGAYE´*  1998  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.   95, 6554–6559  Karan Acharya   
1546  The incompatible interaction between Phytophthora parasiticavar. nicotianae race 0 and tobacco is suppressed in transgenicplants expressing antisense lipoxygenase sequences  IANN RANCE´, JOE¨LLE FOURNIER, AND MARIE-THE´RE`SE ESQUERRE´-TUGAYE´*  1998  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.   95, 6554–6559  Karan Acharya   
1547  Abnormal plant development and down-regulation of phenylpropanoid biosynthesis in transgenic tobacco containing a heterologous phenylalanine ammonia-lyase gene  YONATAN ELKIND*t, ROBERT EDWARDSt, MEHRDAD MAVANDAD*, SUSAN A. HEDRICK*, OFER RIBAKt,  1990  Proc. Nadl. Acad. Sci. USA  87, pp. 9057-9061  Karan Acharya   
1548  Ethylene Regulates the Susceptible Response to Pathogen Infection in Tomato  Steven T. Lund, Robert E. Stall, and Harry J. Kleea  1998  The Plant Cell  10, 371–382  Karan Acharya   
1549  Development of wheat scab symptoms is delayed in transgenic wheat plants that constitutively express a rice thaumatin-like protein gene  W.P. Chen · P.D. Chen · D.J. Liu · R. Kynast B. Friebe · R. Velazhahan · S. Muthukrishnan B.S. Gill  1999  Theor Appl Genet  99:755–760  Karan Acharya   
1550  In vivo trans-specific gene silencing in fungal cells by in planta expression of a double-stranded RNA  Maria Laine P Tinoco1,2,3, Bárbara BA Dias, Rebeca C Dall’Astta, João A Pamphile, Francisco JL Aragão*  2010  BMC Biology  8 & 27  priyanka bhadwal   
1551  Crystal structure analysis of NP24-I: a thaumatin-like protein  Raka Ghosh, Chandana Chakrabarti  2008  Planta   228:883–890 <